LUG: No meeting Thursday due to C-MAPP event (Hint: you should go!)

Jack Rosenthal jrosenth at
Wed Jan 18 07:55:55 MST 2017

LUG Members,

See Dr. Camp's email below (or check your other emails). We will not be
having a meeting this Thursday (the 19th) because of the C-MAPP event.
You should go to the C-MAPP event instead!


Jack M. Rosenthal
Colorado School of Mines
Combined BS/MS Computer Science
President of Mines ACM Student Chapter
President of Mines Linux Users Group
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Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2017 13:30:14 +0000
From: Tracy Camp <tcamp at>
To: "cs_majors at" <cs_majors at>, "cs_gradstudents at" <cs_gradstudents at>
Subject: [CS_majors] CS at Mines biggest event of the year and Upcoming Tech Talk on DevOps

C-MAPP Event (you should attend!):
About 100 of you have RSVP’d to attend the C-MAPP event on Thursday (5pm in Student Center) … but about 200 of you have not. Why not? This event is our biggest event of the year. All CS at Mines students should try and attend, learn what cool projects your peers are doing, and network with different industrial representatives (about 70 will be in attendance!!) who want to meet YOU. Grab a friend, take a break, and come enjoy some free food and drinks with your peers and CS faculty (all of whom will attend). It’ll be fun. Don’t miss it! RSVP today (if you haven’t already) at: Program is attached.

Tech Talk: Pancakes and Waffles, How DevOps @OFI Gets Done
Jeremy Hudson, Head of DevOps
January 24th, 5:30pm
Brown W210


Evolution or revolution, change is constant. To support a complex and diverse technology portfolio in the enterprise, we had to rethink our process, culture and conjure up a bit of code to make it all work.

DevOps is more than just a single team, a new way of doing things or a product. It takes many people, flexing their technical muscles, crossing organizational boundaries, while creating some cool technology. We'll share what we do and how we do it, including how we organize and operate, what apps we buy, build and use, and why we embarked on this journey to dramatically change how OppenheimerFunds delivers technology.


As the head of DevOps for OppenheimerFunds (OFI), Jeremy is a consummate player-coach, leading technology teams from infrastructure to code to infrastructure-as-code. Along the way, implementing highly available systems, and scalable automated technology. Prior to joining OFI, Jeremy was the Founder and Chief Technology Officer with SimpleNETWORKS, building a modern tech stack, software-as-a-service platform, for deploying and managing application delivery. Previously, he was the Director of Technology Operations at Placeable and Director of Information Technology at Ping Identity.

Tracy Camp, Ph.D.
ACM Fellow; IEEE Fellow
Division Director and Professor of Computer Science
Colorado School of Mines
email: tcamp at<mailto:tcamp at>
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