Last Updated on July 28, 2023
Population: 5.7 million
Capital: Saint Paul
Largest City: Minneapolis
Major Industries: Agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare
Minnesota is a state in the upper Midwestern United States. Near the geographic center of North America, it is bordered on the north by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, on the west by North Dakota and South Dakota, on the south by Iowa, and on the east by Wisconsin and Lake Superior.
|Location||Linux User Group|
|Minneapolis||TCLUG: Twin Cities Linux Users Group holds monthly meetings discussing various topics related to Linux. This gives members a chance to interact with one another while learning about Linux.|
|Minneapolis||Penguins Unbound is a twin cities Linux user group fostering the development and mutual learning of Linux and the applications that run on it.|
|Minneapolis||Minnesota Linux Desktop User Group aims to support desktop users of Linux and to promote free software.|
|Minneapolis||OpenShift and Kubernetes Minnesota is for everyone interested in Red Hat OpenShift, Linux Containers, Kubernetes Container Orchestration and the many other topics that fall under the umbrella of Container Platforms.|
|Minneapolis||PyMNtos is a Twin Cities group of Python enthusiasts.|
|Minneapolis||Docker Minneapolis lets developers and ops engineers use and learn about Docker.|
|Minneapolis||Twin Cities C / C++ / Assembly / Embedded / OSDev Meetup is a group for C and C++ and assembly coders/programmers/engineers/developers to discuss technical techniques, collaborate on projects, and network in their field.|
|Minneapolis||Twin Cities Red Hat User Group enables developers, professionals, researchers, and enthusiasts in the greater Twin Cities to meet, learn, present, and strengthen Open Source community ties.|
|Rochester||K-LUG has been around formally since January 1999. It was in existence, informally, for a couple years before that.|
Minnesota is the Sioux word for “cloudy water” or “sky-tinted water”.
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