[Micronet] Fwd: TODAY @ 4pm: Kick-off for Spring 2016 D-Lab Cloud Computing Working Group

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[Micronet] Fwd: TODAY @ 4pm: Kick-off for Spring 2016 D-Lab Cloud Computing Working Group

Aaron Culich-2
If you-- or the researchers that you support-- are interested in cloud computing, we welcome you to join us in-person every other Thursday (starting today!) at 4pm in D-Lab, located in 356 Barrows Hall.

You can also participate by signing-up to receive a weekly email update about the group's activities and upcoming related events.

Last semester we had a great turnout, and we look forward to new folks joining us as we work together to tackle the challenges of cloud computing for research.

Aaron Culich <[hidden email]>
Research IT Service Architect
Berkeley Research Computing (BRC)
XSEDE Campus Champion
University of California, Berkeley

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From: Aaron Culich <[hidden email]>
Date: Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 10:42 AM
Subject: TODAY @ 4pm: Kick-off for Spring 2016 D-Lab Cloud Computing Working Group

Dear Cloud Computing Working Group-

A reminder that today at 4pm we'll kick-off the Spring semester of our working group!

Please forward this announcement to other mailing lists or to people who you think would be interested.

Spring 2016 Kick-off

Thursday Jan 28, 4-6pm @ D-Lab, 356 Barrows Hall

What topics would you like to cover this semester? Please add your ideas for topics to the Draft Agenda for Spring 2016 to help us decide what to focus on that will be of value to you. If you’d like to lead a presentation, demo, or hands-on tutorial, we welcome and encourage volunteers!


D-Lab Cloud Computing Working Group

Coordinators: Jack Burris, Aaron Culich


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