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Re: [vox] Linux users at ARC (American River College) ?
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Re: [vox] Linux users at ARC (American River College) ?

On Mon, Apr 07, 2003 at 12:53:19AM -0700, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> I just spoke with Paul, who ran ARCLUG, the group that meet at
> American River College.  They haven't had a meeting in quite
> a while, and their website's way out of date.
> I've just discovered that's because Paul is now up at Chico State. :^)
> Anyway, I thought I'd just pass a note along...  in case anyone out there
> is attending ARC, and wants to put together a LUG, I can put you in touch
> with him, so you can take over for him.
> Conversely, I've asked if he could update the website to state that the
> club is (at least for the moment) defunct, and send would-be LUG attendees
> over to LUGOD, SacLUG and RoseLUG.  :^)

I am taking C at ARC. My instructor, D. Antos also teaches a Linux
course. He has worked at a number of telecoms over the years and from
what I have seen, has done his share of Unix programming. He has a good
way of presenting C. I don't know what his Linux course is like, but I
would imagine that it is probably good. 

ARC offers a nine week half semester Linux course. It doesn't appear
that professor Antos is teaching it this second half. Here's the excerpt
from their online course catalog.

Schedule: Nine Week - Second, Mar 24-May 30

MW           04:00PM-04:50PM   LEC   C.Chapek             Rm 125
MW           05:00PM-05:50PM   LAB   TBA                  TBA TBA 

Here's an interesting thing. While at Cal Poly ten years ago, one of the
guys I went to school with was one of the main people who was on the HPV
team who designed and built the bike that is hanging in the library.

Brian Lavender
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