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Wednesday, August 14 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Tux required. Teaching Linux in the Virginia Cyber Range

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Learning Linux shouldn't have to include many hours of learning how to troubleshoot virtualization technologies.  At Virginia Western Community College, we lean on the Virginia Cyber Range to provide day one access to a functional Linux environment.  The time we used to spend troubleshooting and supporting every student's independent installation environment is now spent broadening the subject matter we cover in class, including additional security related assignments.   This session will discuss the material covered, lessons learned about teaching Linux in the Range, and solicit ideas for what else we should be thinking about and covering in future classes.

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B Bagby

Asst. Professor of Information Technology, Virginia Western Community College
B Bagby is a recovering IT manager.  After nearly fifteen years of supporting faculty, B moved to Assistant Professor of Information Technology at Virginia Western Community College, where he focuses primarily on programming and security.  B has a BS in Business Administration... Read More →

Wednesday August 14, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am EDT
Room C