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28 May 2017 vBeers @ June 2017 [63621]
4 Weekly Meeting Each Month

The South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) vBeers events happen four times each month, once each in these cities: Palm Beach Gardens, Oakland Park, Boca Raton and Miami.

These informal networking/social events provide a relaxed environment to meet with other hands-on IT professionals and promote the growth of IT in South Florida.

Feel free to arrive and depart at your convenience. People start gathering around 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM and most people leave by 8:30 or 9:00 PM.

  • Wednesday, June 7th @ Twisted Trunk Brewing
  • Wednesday, June 14th @ Funky Buddha Brewery
  • Wednesday, June 21st @ Biergarten Boca
  • Wednesday, June 28th @ vBeers @ Miami

Read on for detailed schedule
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28 May 2017 Amazing Facts About Dennis Ritchie, The Inventor Of C Programming Language And Unix [63648]
TechWorm, May 16th 2017

"The internet is filled with stories and praises of software giants such as Steve Jobs," notes Delwyn Pinto in TechWorm. "However, the one man responsible for the rise of software, the man who's work enabled men like Steve Jobs to build their technology empires on - Dennie Ritchie - is someone whom the world at large has forgotten. For many of us unfamiliar with the name, here's why we should be singing his praises..."
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26 May 2017 Tales In Tech History: Unix [63756]
Silcon, May 26th 2017

"Unix was one of the most popular server operating systems, but its life has been marred by bitter legal battles...

Unix may not be a familiar name to some of the younger generation, but back in the day the operating system dominated the server market, and was the defacto OS choice for many businesses.

Its rivalry with the Pick operating system continued for many years, and there is an argument to be made that the Unix operating system was one of the most influential pieces of software ever written..."
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14 May 2017 vBeers @ Boca [63180]
Wednesday, May 17th 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

  • Biergarten Boca
  • 309 Via De Palmas #90, Boca Raton, FL 33432
  • 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM

The South Florida Technology Alliance and vBeers South Florida invites you to join us for vBeers @ Boca. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in Boca Raton, FL.

The meeting will be at Biergarten Boca, which is located in on US 1, just South of Palmetto Park and East of I-95.

$5 burger/fries and $3 featured drafts during happy hour!

Come out and connect with other professionals in your industry! vBeers is a great event meant to promote growth of the IT industry here in South Florida.

Feel free to invite all of your friends and co workers who work in the IT industry!

Please Register.

vBeers - we're about:

IT - Operating Systems - Technology Startups - Open Source - New Technology - IT Professionals - Cloud Computing - Information Technology - Virtualization - Technology Professionals - Information Technology in Business - SaaS (Software as a Service) - vBeers - Linux - Unix - Web Technology - Security - Machine Learning - Containers - Networking - Referrals - Beer

John McLaughlin
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08 May 2017 Why The Largest Companies In The World Count On Linux Servers [63277]
Linux Journal, May 7th 2017

"Linux started its life in the data center as a cheaper alternative to UNIX. At the time, UNIX operating systems ruled the industry and for good reason. They were performant, fault tolerant and extremely stable. They also were very expensive and ran on very proprietary hardware. A lot of the familiar utilities and applications developed for those UNIX platforms eventually were ported over to Linux. So, once Linux ran services like Apache, it came as no surprise that Linux would usurp and replace the very same technologies that once inspired its creation. The very best part was that Linux ran on commodity x86 hardware. At the end of the day, anyone could deploy a Linux server at a fraction of the cost to deploy something from Sun Microsystems, Silicon Graphics (SGI) or from any other UNIX distributor..."
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