Posts Tagged “meetup”:

Functional Programming meetup :-)

Two months ago we organized a [meetup]( on Functional Programming at Turbine by Renghen Pajanilingum. As the presentation got intense it was in fact time to leave. There was thus a call for a second meetup. {: .center-img} ![SysAdmin Day 2017](/img/2017/08/functional_programming_mauritius.jpg) Yes! Thanks to fellow developers at LSL Digital, we... [Read More]

John O'Nolan talks about Ghost

A few weeks ago Humeira tweeted me to ask about a venue to host a small talk on Ghost. At first I thought about the University of Mauritius but lately I haven't met anyone from the Computer Club and I do not know whether they'd be able to host the... [Read More]

geeks@mscc:~$ Hello, WordPress

Weeks ago it was announced as the next hot topic for MSCC Saturday [meetup]( WordPress. Rikesh volunteered for a technical presentation. Last time, after Sun & Moz presented web stuffs, I started getting hands dirty with some Responsive Web Design. I initially didn’t like the concept as I always thought... [Read More]

MSCC, a growing army

I spent a whole week with the night shift and the morning of Saturday 25th, here I was like a zombie. Oh! But still I could not miss that MSSC [meetup]( In fact, in the rush of not being late, I happened to reach Ebène Accelerator earlier, some time around... [Read More]

Linux meetup – Sporadic topics

I wasn’t expecting much for today’s LUGM mini-meetup (Linux meetup). I was wrong, it turned out to be very productive one :) I tried to reach Bagatelle by 12h30 but the bus got me there at 12h45. As I was racing towards Mugg & Bean, Ashley called and told me... [Read More]

Linuxfest 2013 brainstorming continues …

It’s been a hectic Saturday … started pretty early with a intervention (work) which I carried from home. I was hoping to finish before noon but those slow RDP connections messed up my plans. Oh yeah, intervention on WinServers. During the week Pritvi created a facebook event for [Linuxfest brainstorming]( [Read More]

LUGM mini-meetup | The gang of sixteen

Last week I was contacted by the UoM Computer Club folks telling me they have a slot for the Linuxfest 2013. That was indeed a great news. I didn’t waste any more time & announced the same on LUGM’s [mailing list]( Secondly, I created a [facebook event]( for LUGM mini-meetup... [Read More]

Linux meetup – 14.09.2013

Saturday with a fine sunny weather. Perfect to get the sandals out this time. Yup! I actually prefer sandals than shoes. Like my previous blog post I enjoyed some nice music & reading while traveling by bus. I reached Bagatelle a little before 14h00. Nitin Mutkawoa had arrived already. Natasha... [Read More]

LUGM | mini-meetup 31.08.13

Saturdays are becoming fun with LUGM mini-meetups. I finished an intervention at work and called Yuram to confirm which bus to take from Ebène to go Bagatelle. Most Port-Louis buses should drive through Bagatelle and I confirmed again by asking the conductor when getting in. I reached Mugg & Bean... [Read More]

Linux User Group of Mauritius – meetup 17.08.2013

Finally we had the [LUGM mini-meetup]( today. We had 12 attendees (including me). That was a great response. Some came for the first time. ![](/img/2017/02/LUGM-meetup-17-august-1.jpg) We started by each one introducing himself, telling more about his Linux experience. It was nice to hear everyone’s short stories and how they encountered/discovered... [Read More]

Upcoming LUGM meetup

![](/img/2017/02/LUGM-group-photo-lescalier.jpg) *Group Photo, LUGM meeting, L'Escalier - 15 June 2013* It started as just a small meeting with some students seeking Linux information. Yet, now it seems we’re heading to some geeko party. Yes, in my previous post I wrote how we had an informal [Linux meetup]( last Saturday. We... [Read More]

LUG Mauritius meetup at L’Escalier

[LUG Mauritius]( organized a meetup yesterday at L’Escalier. I was supposed to deliver a short presentation on Project Evil Genius. Since my car is still kaput I opted to go by bus. Now L’Escalier is a far place from Providence. So, I went till Réduit and Avinash Seetaram (my colleague... [Read More]