[Baypiggies] How to turn off a lightbulb from a mile away: Scapy, Killerbee, & IoT; Battle of the IDEs: Emacs vs. PyCharm

Steve Piercy - Website Builder Web at StevePiercy.com
Sun Feb 7 16:39:40 EST 2016

We are pleased to announce the program for the next Santa Cruz 
Python meetup on Tuesday, February 9, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM, in the 
Atrium Classroom at Cruzio, 877 Cedar Street, Santa Cruz, CA.

View details and RSVP for the meetup.

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
7:00 PM

Cruzio, Atrium Classroom
877 Cedar Street
Santa Cruz, CA

Event details:
The next meetup of Santa Cruz Python will be held in the Atrium 
Classroom of Cruzio, located at 877 Cedar Street, Santa Cruz, CA.

Regular monthly Santa Cruz Python meetups are held on the second 
Tuesday of the month at Cruzio.

We are looking for additional presenters of Python topics. A 
presentation can consist of slides, a code walk through, demo, 
tutorial, or even interpretive dance.  Please email Steve 
(web at stevepiercy.com) or Chris (cklippi at gmail.com).

We are seeking potential sponsors for food, tasty beverages, or 
room rental fees. Please refer sponsors to Chris or Steve.

===================== SPONSORS =====================

Through a generous grant from the Python Software Foundation, 
our first six months of room rental fees are paid, so that we 
can deliver our program to Santa Cruz County. The PSF is a 
501(c)(3) non-profit organization that promotes, protects, and 
advances the Python programming language and community. The PSF 
is supported by its members, donors, volunteers, and sponsors. 
Please contribute to support the PSF and its mission.


JetBrains is a technology-leading software development firm 
specializing in the creation of intelligent, 
productivity-enhancing software. JetBrains offers Santa Cruz 
Python Meetup attendees free PyCharm licenses as prizes.

===================== PROGRAM =====================

Subject to change, particularly for more volunteer presenters.

Announcements: 7:00 - 7:10 PM


Presentation: 7:10 - 7:40 PM
How to turn off a lightbulb from a mile away: Scapy, Killerbee, 
& IoT

How to use the Killerbee and Scapy libraries and a drone to 
attack IoT devices in a target network. All techniques are only 
meant to be performed on devices you are legally permitted to 
attack. If you're unsure, don't attack. I'll talk about some of 
the attacks that exist, and how you can use this framework to 
pull them off. There will be time allotted for questions and answers.

Nich R. Onics


Presentation: 7:40 - 8:30 PM
Battle of the IDEs: Emacs vs. PyCharm

When working on projects, developers tend to use a specific set 
of development tools with which they are familiar, comfortable, 
and productive. In this battle of the IDEs between Emacs and 
PyCharm, we will demonstrate our favorite five features for 
each, allowing you to compare and contrast. We recommend that 
you download and install each IDE prior to the meetup so you can 
try the features along with us.

Daniel Gopar with Emacs and Steve Piercy with PyCharm


Open Forum: 8:30 - 8:55 PM

This is your chance to ask questions and have a lively 
discussion about any topic on your mind.


JetBrains/PyCharm license drawing: 8:55 PM


Doors close: 9:00 PM.

Walk to Lúpulo Craft Beer House, 233 Cathcart Street, Santa 
Cruz for tasty food and adult beverages.

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Steve Piercy              Website Builder              Soquel, CA
<web at StevePiercy.com>               <http://www.StevePiercy.com/>

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