Speaker: Tom A. Limoncelli
Date: Thursday, September 1 2011
Time: 7:00pm (social), 7:30pm (discussion)
Pizza and Soda being brought to you by: INetU Managed Hosting
If you are planing on coming please RSVP so we have a good count for the Pizza.
Lawrence Headquarters Branch of the Mercer County Library
2751 US Highway 1
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Sysadmin teams and a software development teams have been known to work closely together, not at all, or somewhere in between. What happens when the barrier between such groups disappears and the two teams become one? The recent trend has been to incorporate “shared responsibility” for operational matters such as deployment, scalability and performance. As a result projects are more successful in ways one wouldn’t have expected.
Thomas A. Limoncelli is an internationally recognized author, speaker, and system administrator. His books include The Practice of System and Network Administration (Addison-Wesley) and Time Management for System Administrators (O’Reilly). He received the SAGE 2005 Outstanding Achievement Award. He works at Google in NYC and blogs at http://EverythingSysadmin.com/.
“LOPSA-NJ is an organization for system administrators in New Jersey formed to facilitate information exchange pertaining to the field of system administration. LOPSA-NJ is not affiliated with a particular hardware or software vendor or company. Everyone is invited!”