We've got 2 presentations this month "Shell Scripting for everyone" and "Replacing netstat sockets using ss"
Dhruva Lokegaonkar: Shell Scripting for everyone
An introduction to Shell scripting.
- The basics of stringing together various commands
- Pipes and Parallelization
- Conditionals and Loops
- How to use these things to create useful scripts, like creating basic website generators, background switches, keyboard hotkeys, etc.
Dhruva is a ASU Computer Science Freshman. He's been using Linux for the past 5 Years. He's been involved with the Indian Linux Users Group Bombay (ILUG-BOM) in their mission to introduce Linux to High School and College students by making it a default in the Indian Curriculum.
der.hans: Replacing netstat sockets using ss
"Netstat prints information about the Linux networking subsystem."
goto tool net info tool since the beginning of EPOCH
obsolete for years
ss replaces netstat's socket capabilities
der.hans is a Free Software, technology and entrepreneurial veteran. He is a repeat author for the Linux Journal with his article about online privacy and security using a password manager as the cover article for the January 2017 issue.
He's chairman of the Phoenix Linux User Group (PLUG), BoF organizer for the Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE), and founder of the Free Software Stammtisch and Stammtisch Job Nights.
Currently a Customer Data Engineer at Object Rocket. Most likely anything he says publicly was not approved by $dayjob.
He often presents at large community-led conferences (SCaLE, SeaGL, LFNW, Tübix) and many local groups.