What is PyBUG? Check out my lightning talk I gave on PyBUG at PyCascades 2019! PyBUG Lightning Talk. PyBUG, the Python BSD Users Group: an online users group of both Python and BSD users working together to share ideas and play around with these amazing industrial tools, has begun. We have a wiki with the first training workshop on there. It's been adapted by the community from the SCaLE 17x workshop I taught. I hope you enjoy, feel free to contribute to the wiki by adding any improvements, here's the link: BSD Programming Workshop wiki. We also just added a training for getting Python installed on FreeBSD and ready to follow along with online tutorials.Also, be sure to check out the FreeBSD training videos that I created using the following links: Basic Advanced
You can either click the link and watch the video in the web browser, which may buffer while loading, or you can simply right click the link and "save link as" to save the video for viewing offline with no buffering at all.
I'm always on the lookout for places I can teach. I've was given the opportunity to teach a full day workshop on FreeBSD in SoCal at the conference SCaLE 17x. Learn more here: FreeBSD Workshop March 2019 Download the PDF of the commands used in the workshop here: Commands. Download the PDF of the slides used in the workshop here: Slides.
National FreeBSD Day is June 19th.
BSD.pw is slowly but surely being transformed into an online training platform. You'll see more tutorial links posted in the near future, but the end goal is a more feature rich place to learn about BSD technologies.
My Getting Started with FreeBSD article was published in the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of the FreeBSD Journal. You can read it by visiting the following Getting Started with FreeBSD Article
Also, I was a speaker at EuroBSDCon 2018. If you'd like to read my trip report that was published in the FreeBSD Journal you can now read the FreeBSD Journal for free online! Look for the Conference Report in the last FreeBSD Journal issue of 2018
The primary goal of BSD.pw is to create a lab environment for testing various BSD technology. The insights gained will be shared on this website in written and video form as a way to document my experiences with BSD, Python, Certification and CSS. From there I'd like to pursue the BSD Professional Certification from the BSD Certification Group
The preliminary plan is as follows: