announce: November DC206 Meeting (+ Locksport + BBQ)

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:04 by Lee Fisher

When: Nov 19th (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
What: DC206 Meeting
Where: Black Lodge Research

This month’s DC206 Meeting is different. It starts at 11:00am, instead of 1:00pm. Three things are planned:
1) Locksport activity, run by Dune, starting at 11:00am.
2) presentation by Taylor starting at 1:00pm.
3) BBQ, run by Spooney McAwesome, starting after the talk ends.
If things work out, this may become the normal schedule for future DC206 Meetings. We’ll see…


Locksport event:

This month, Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

They will be showing Tim Jenkins talk at Lockcon 2017 about escaping from prison via lockpicking/impressioning. Tim Jenkins was a political prisoner in a South African jail and taught himself to pick and impression locks. He used these skills to escape. This is the only talk to be recorded and allowed to be distributed outside of Lockcon.


DC206 Meeting Presentation:

[This month, Taylor is giving an introductory talk on the Bash shell. If you are new to Bash shell, this is a good starting point. If you are experienced, please attend and help answer some questions and point out some other tricks.]

Bash Scripting For Beginners
by Taylor

If you are new to scripting and to want learn about Bash this talk is for you. This is a beginners talk by a beginner. I share the knowledge I have learned so far with attendees. I will go over concepts that you will need to get started with Bash, things I feel were tricky to learn that might help you, and examples to see how things work.

Taylor is an Edmonds Community College Information Security and Digital Forensics graduate. He took a class on Bash scripting there. He hangs around BLR on Open Hack Night.



This month the chef will be Spooney McAwesome.

For BBQ, veg[eteri]ans, please bring something you can eat, we’re planning on hamburgers.


Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Bldg A; Redmond, WA 98052
https://blacklodgeresearch.org/ https://twitter.com/the_black_lodge/


WARNING: Don’t trust the WiFi at the lodge, until KRAKEN issues are resolved.


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