Below you'll find information and links regarding the courses I have taught, the talks I have presented, some of my current activities, and miscellaneous tech notes. If you have any questions or would like to contact me, I can be reached at uabcis -at- franfabrizio.com.
|Summer 2011||CS434/634/734 - Virtualization (course site in Blackboard)|
|Spring 2011||CS306 - Perl Programming (course site in Blackboard)|
|Summer 2009||CS492/592 - Special Topics in Virtualization|
|Spring 2009||CS306 - Perl Programming|
|Summer 2008||CS492/592 - Special Topics in Virtualization|
|Spring 2008||CS307 - Perl Programming (since renumbered to CS306)|
|Fall 2007||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|Spring 2007||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|Fall 2006||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|Summer 2006||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|Spring 2006||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|Fall 2005||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|Summer 2005||CS306 - Intro to Perl Programming|
|EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference 2009||February 25, 2009||
Talk abstract is here.
At the invitation of Yahoo/Zimbra, discussing the UAB CIS deployment of Zimbra Collaboration Platform.
|UAB CIS||February 27, 2008||A talk on Virtualization, again as part of the UAB ACM IT Lecture Series.|
|UAB CIS||November 2, 2007||AJAX the Great: The Origin and Development of the Dynamic Web [PDF]
I was invited by the UAB ACM Student Chapter to speak as part of their IT Lecture Series. This talk presents a history of the development of dynamic web technologies, culminating in the technology du jour, AJAX.
|Thomas Jefferson HS for Science & Technology, Alexandria, VA||May 18, 2007||Careers in System Administration [PPT]
I was particularly excited to get a chance to return to my high school and give a talk about careers in system administration to the current crop of excellent students studying in TJHSST's Computer Systems Lab.
|October 18, 2005||I presented LDAP Applied, a 45 minute talk, at the inaugural O'Reilly European Open Source Convention.|
|Wednesday, August 3, 2005||I presented a slightly different version of the talk, with added coverage for Bacula, at the 2005 Open Source Conference. The talk is titled Open Source Data Backup, or: How To Sleep Better At Night. You can also download the slides [OOffice].|
|July 29, 2004||
I presented Amanda for Data Backup: or, How to Sleep Better at Night at the 2004 O'Reilly Open Source Conference. This talk is part of the Linux track and will take place on Thursday, July 29th, 10:45-11:30am.
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