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startdate: 2019-02-01
starttime: "21:00"
enddate: 2019-02-01
linktitle: "Bitnight"
title: "Bitnight"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Thé Dansant"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
aliases: [/bitnight]
---
# Info
Pre-[Bytenight](/bytenight)...but smaller...
It will mix attendees from HSBXL's event that day, including:
- Lua on a Stick hackathon
- ZeroMQ hackathon
- GNU Radio Hackfest
- Blockstack workshop
- Kubernetes meetup
- Visitors to FOSDEM
# Music
‘Jonny and the Bomb’: “Sound Artist”, The Guardian
# Info
See Byteweek for details on HSBXL's pre-FOSDEM events:
https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/
# SAT BYTENIGHT
Dont forget Bytenight on SAT 2nd February. Now in its 10th incarnation, it is the largest social event taking place during FOSDEM:
https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/bytenight/
Music by 'Jonny and the Bomb': "Sound Artist", The Guardian
# Supporting
Please support this event (and others) through promotion via our official social media pages:
- [Meetup](https://www.meetup.com/hackerspace-Brussels-hsbxl/events/)
- [Meetup](https://www.meetup.com/hackerspace-Brussels-hsbxl/events/258068023/)
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---
startdate: 2019-02-01
starttime: "13:00"
enddate: 2019-02-01
linktitle: "Blockstack Workshop"
title: "Blockstack Workshop"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Workshop"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
---
In this workshop we explore the API that blockstack offers to sign in with a decentralized identifier, to store data in the user owned storage (Gaia hub) and to interact with their virtual blockchain. This is for Javascript, react native and Android/iOS developers. The workshop is planned for 2h. We can have lunch before together
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---
startdate: 2019-02-02
starttime: "18:00"
linktitle: "Bytenight"
title: "Bytenight 2019"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Thé dansant"
price: ""
image: "bytenight.png"
series: "byteweek2019"
aliases: [/bytenight/]
---
As an after-party to the big FOSDEM Free Software conference in Brussels,
the oldest Hackerspace in town organises its annual free party.
# 10^3
- 10 years HSBXL
- 10 years .be hackerspaces
- 10 years Bytenight
- (5th location)
- (500th Techtuesday)
# Music
Weird music for weird people.
- CIRC8
- [Jonny and the Bomb](https://soundcloud.com/4a-6f-6e-6e-79-20-2b-20-5)
- [3D63](https://soundcloud.com/3d63)
- [planète concrète](http://planeteconcrete.tumblr.com/) pesence/interface
- [this is my condition](https://web.archive.org/web/20130425081518/http://www.thisismycondition.com/)
# Unsupported, deprecated versions
- [Bytenight v2018](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/Bytenight_2018)
- [Bytenight v2017](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/Bytenight_2017)
- [Bytenight v2016](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/Bytenight_(2016))
- [Bytenight v2015](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/Bytenight_(2015))
- [Bytenight v2014](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/Bytenight_(2014))
- [Bytenight v2013](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/Bytenight_2013)
- [Bytenight v2012](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/ByteNight_(2012))
- [Bytenight v2011](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/ByteNight_(2011))
- [Bytenight v2010](https://wiki.hsbxl.be/ByteNight_(2010))
# Organizing
Notes can be found on https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/bytenight2019
# Photos by str4bisme
{{< gallery "photos_str4bisme" >}}
Credits https://www.facebook.com/pg/Str4bisme/photos
---
startdate: 2019-01-31
starttime: "20:00"
enddate: 2019-01-31
allday: false
linktitle: "Using GNU Radio for Analog and Digital Communications"
title: "Using GNU Radio for Analog and Digital Communications"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Workshop"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "gnuradio.png"
alias: [events/byteweek/gnuradio-amateur-radio]
---
The way we send information, whether voice, text, images, or video, has
been evolving since Samuel Morse’s telegraph in 1836. As these systems
become more advanced the standard electronics tools and knowledge which
have been the engineer's standard toolkit must be accompanied by
software components. Together the analog, digital, and software are used
to enable the modern communications modes such as Digital Video
Broadcast (DVB), JT65 for Amateur Radio moonbounce, FreeDV which has
brought digital voice to the HF bands, and the wide variety of other new
and exciting protocols.
GNU Radio (www.gnuradio.org) is a free, graphical, software development
toolkit that provides signal processing blocks to implement
software-defined radios and signal-processing systems. It can be used
with external RF hardware to create software-defined radios, or without
hardware in a simulation environment. This workshop introduces the
software, demonstrates assembling complete transmit and receive systems,
and shows a few examples of advanced applications.
https://www.meetup.com/hackerspace-Brussels-hsbxl/events/258061306/
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Hi all,
As the "Using GNU Radio for Analog and Digital Communications" workshop
is ... well, as it name implies, a workshop, active involvement of the
participants is expected.
To maximise the time available for the workshop, please note the
following remarks found below;
1/ Bring your laptop:
As GNU Radio is a software toolkit, you need a computer to run this
software.
It does not need to be the latest super-top-of-range machine. Any laptop
not older then 4 to 5 years should be good enough to follow the workshop.
2/ Prepare a bootable USB flash-drive.
To allow the workshop to be focused on GNU Radio itself, and not "how do
I install it", bootable USB-drives are used. These USB drives contain a
complete ready-to-run system with all the software used during the
workshop pre-installed on it.
A link to the ISO-image and the tools to create a suitable USB
flash-drive can be found here:
https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/GNU_Radio_Live_SDR_Environment
Please create a USB flash-drive with that image and try it on your
laptop before-hand.
This would:
- allow us not to spend as little "workshop" time as possible on this issue
- allow you to be sure that the software runs on your laptop.
- allow you to preconfigure the software to your particular laptop (e.g.
keyboard-setting)
In any case, do not forget to bring your USB flash-drive to the workshop.
If you would have any issues with this, you can purchased a USB
flash-drive with a pre-installed ISO-image at the workshop. (at cost).
However, do drop us a note beforehand so we have an idea how many
flash-drives we need to foresee.
Send a message to "kristoff (on1arf)" or "hsbxl" on the meetup attendees
page if you need a prepared USB flash-drive:
3/ Also take a look at the preparation material found here:
- Introduction to GNU Radio and Software Radio:
https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/Guided_Tutorial_Introduction
-Core concepts of GNU Radio:
https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/TutorialsCoreConcepts
- Tutorial: GNU Radio Companion:
https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/Guided_Tutorial_GRC
Enjoy the workshop
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---
startdate: 2019-01-31
starttime: "10:00"
enddate: 2019-02-01
allday: true
linktitle: "pre-FOSDEM GNU Radio Hackfest"
title: "pre-FOSDEM GNU Radio Hackfest 2019"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Hackaton"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "gnuradio.png"
---
Hacking on the GNU Radio codebase & related project will happen.
A casual hands-on tutorial/workshop about Software Defined Radio and
Wireless Hacking will take place on one of the days.
More information, like topics and attendees:
https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/Hackfest1902
---
startdate: 2019-01-25
starttime: "20:30"
enddate: 2019-01-25
linktitle: "make GNUwhine"
title: "make GNUwhine"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Workshop"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "gnuwhine.png"
---
Let's make fresh [GNUwhine](/projects/gnuwhine) for [Byteweek](/byteweek)/[Bytenight](/bytenight).
---
startdate: 2019-01-29
starttime: "20:30"
enddate: 2019-01-29
allday: false
linktitle: "Hugo Workshop"
title: "Hugo Workshop"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Workshop"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "website.png"
---
Workshop cancelled
In this workshop we learn to work with the static site generator '[Hugo](https://gohugo.io)'.
Or more precise, how we build [This website](/projects/website),
and how to add/edit pages like events, projects, etc.
---
startdate: 2019-02-01
starttime: "18:00"
enddate: 2019-02-01
linktitle: "Pre-FOSDEM warmup with Kubernetes"
title: "Pre-FOSDEM warmup with Kubernetes"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Talk"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "kubernetes.png"
---
Let’s kick off Fosdem with some interesting Kubernetes talks!
# Agenda:
## 1: Running MySQL on Kubernetes: comparison of the Oracle, Presslabs, and Percona solutions
-- Mykola Marzhan, Tech Lead at Percona, one of the authors of the Percona Operator
Running databases in Kubernetes attracts a lot of attention today. Orсhestration of MySQL on Kubernetes is no way a straightforward process. There are several good MySQL based solutions in the open source world, made by Oracle, Presslabs, and Percona. Having common base, they differ in self-healing capabilities, multimaster and backup/restore support, etc. So let’s make a fair comparison to figure out the pros and cons of their current state.
## 2: Troubleshooting Kubernetes apps
-- Michael Hausenblas, Developer Advocate for Kubernetes and a CNCF ambassador
Kubernetes makes it easy to run cloud-native apps in a portable and resilient way. But what if something fails? How to find out what caused a CrashLoopBackOff error? What can be done about a service that is not reachable? How to debug a stateful application? How to do fault injection in a microservices setup? In this talk, we’ll discuss the most common reasons an app in Kubernetes fails and how to address them.
## 3: Apache Spark on Kubernetes -- Avoiding the pain of YARN
-- Holden is a transgender Canadian open source developer advocate @ Google with a focus on Apache Spark, Airflow, and related "big data" tools.)
Apache Spark is one of the most popular big data tools, and
starting last year has had integrated support for running on
Kubernetes. This talk will introduce some of the use cases of
Apache Spark quickly (machine learning, ETL, etc.) and then look at
the current cluster managers Spark runs on and their limitations.
Most of the focus will be around running non-Java code, and the
challenges associated with dependencies along with general
challenges like scale-up & down. It’s not all sunshine and
roses though, I will talk about some of the limitations of our current approach and the work being done to improve
this.
Last talk will be announced soon!
# Drinks and food
Drinks and food are offered by **Redhat**.
# Registration
https://www.meetup.com/kubernetes-belgium/events/257513282
---
startdate: 2019-01-29
starttime: "19:00"
enddate: 2019-01-29
linktitle: "Introduction to LDAP"
title: "Introduction to LDAP"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Talk/Workshop"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
---
Introduction to LDAP
A small introduction to LDAP and how it can make your life easier when managing users in an organization
As a bonus, a peek at HSBXL's implementation and a crash course in customizing the default schema to add your own custom attributes.
---
startdate: 2019-01-28
starttime: "10:00"
enddate: 2019-02-01
endtime: "18:00"
allday: true
linktitle: "Lua on a Stick"
title: "Lua on a stick"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Workshop/hackathon"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "rwr_nwn_lua-on-a-stick_2019.png"
---
![Lua on a Stick 2019](./fw_images/rwr_nwn_lua-on-a-stick.png)
# Overview
5 days of:
- Shining a spotlight on Lua's functionality
- Hacking through using Lua and affiliate toolset
- Presenting interesting tools informally
- Learning through osmosis
- Drinking moonshine
# Topic Areas
Areas of focus (may) include:
- Parsing large XML datasets using SAX parsers
- Regular expressions and parsing
# Volunteering
Calls for volunteering or presenting projects are most welcome
Please contact via:
- mail contact@hsbxl.be
# Supporting
Please support this event (and others) through promotion via our official social media pages
- [Meetup](https://www.meetup.com/hackerspace-Brussels-hsbxl/events/)
- [Twitter](https://twitter.com/luaonastick)
# SAT 2nd FEBRUARY, BYTENIGHT
We end our week with the notorious social all nighter, [Bytenight](https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/bytenight/)!
# NEW: Fri 1st February, Bitnight
In addition to Saturday's [Bytenight](https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/bytenight/), there will be a smaller social event on Friday, [Bitnight](https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/bitnight/).
This will mix workshop and hackathon participants from that day with early FOSDEM visitors coming to Brussels.
All FOSS friends welcome
See Byteweek for details on HSBXL's pre-FOSDEM events:
[https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/](https://hsbxl.be/events/byteweek/2019/)
---
startdate: 2019-01-26
starttime: "14:00"
enddate: 2019-01-26
allday: false
linktitle: "Setting up Odoo and writing your first app"
title: "Setting up Odoo and writing your first app"
location: "HSBXL"
eventtype: "Workshop"
price: "Free"
series: "byteweek2019"
image: "odoo.png"
---
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