Washington Apple Pi

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April 28, 2018 General Meeting: David Cox and Tech Talk America

David Cox of Tech Talk America will speak to the Pi on a variety of current topics, ranging from personal VPNs to Apple's new HomePod. The meeting will be at George Mason University.

2018 Spring Virtual Technology Conference

Attend APCUG’s May 5, 2018 Virtual Technology Conference from your own home.
Here's how to register: 
https://www.eventbrite.com/register?orderid=7f94d3bb40c411e887870654d8883700&client_token=5332d41fddc249f394dd0f3bdd89682f&eid=45148317834

In the registration form, enter Washington Apple Pi for the user group.

Then, before the conference, you will receive an email with directions and links for attending both conference tracks. To attend, you'll need Zoom conferencing software. Zoom lets attendees ask questions via a chat window. Find that here:
https://zoom.us/download

When you attend the conference, please sign in with the user name and e-mail address you used to register for the event on the Evenbright page.
 
Here is detailed information about the presentations, including the presenters' bios.

Pi By-laws update

The January update to the Washington Apple Pi By-laws was approved at the January 2018 General Meeting, and is now posted. Additionally, we've posted a copy of the original Pi By-laws from 1979.

Apple Security Updates

Apple released security updates for the widely-publicized Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities in January. Many users have not installed the updates. Please do yourself a favor: install the updates. Here is Apple's background information on the patches. Patches are available for Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.

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