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OpenShift Hack Night

The first OpenShift hack night will be held on the evening of Tuesday, March 11 in the new meeting space on Level 3 at Red Hat Brisbane.

Grab your laptop and come along to learn how to get started with OpenShift, share your web dev skills with others and enjoy some free food and drinks.

The building's lifts should operate without requiring a swipe card until 6pm, so come straight up to Level 3 if you can. A Red Hatter will come and collect anyone stuck below or outside. The stairs do not require a swipe card, so they are another option.

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  • Vitor B.

    Interesting opportunity to discuss about different ways to use the platform.

    March 12, 2014

  • Joep

    Great event

    1 · March 12, 2014

  • Joep

    Hi Katie,
    Thank you for launching Openshifters,
    Do you have a format in mind, ie should we be armed with laptops and an AWS accounts to facilitate the session, or will this first event be talk-centric.

    March 11, 2014

    • Katie O.

      Hi Joe, Yes, please do bring your laptop. As this is the first meeting, I am open to ideas on how this group should be run. However, my intention is to avoid sessions driven by one person up the front; the idea is for people to work together to build whatever it is they would like to. I am happy to demo things that I can that people want to learn more about (and have invited some OpenShift engineers to participate via a video link at a future event), but others can continue to hack on their projects and talk among themselves while this is taking place. As to what you should have prepared -- that depends on what you would like to create. If you want to try getting Origin running on AWS, then yes, you will need an AWS account. It would probably be worth creating an OpenShift Online account (https://www.openshift....­) if you don't yet have one, but you could also do that tonight. Cheers, Katie

      March 11, 2014

  • Brendan H.

    Sorry, was keen to come but Tuesdays are a no-go because I'm at HSBNE. Maybe next time :)

    March 10, 2014

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