You've read some posts, watched a few videos and maybe been to a meetup or two. Are you ready to get your hands on Cloud Foundry and maybe cut some code? Come join us for an evening of Cloud Foundry hacking. Designed for newbies and experienced Cloud Foundry practitioners alike, the format will be rather un-conference like. We will kick off the evening by proposing topics and forming teams of like-minded individuals to attack a problem. Some suggested topics are:
• Cloud Foundry getting started – push your first app(s) to Cloud Foundry - we’ll help you get an account on Pivotal Web Services or IBM Bluemix if you need it.
• Getting bosh-lite and cf-release running on your laptop or on AWS.
• How to build and deploy a service broker
• How to customize the java buildpack
• Building a BOSH release
• Create a pull request for Cloud Foundry - do you have one in mind?
We’ll have experts from the Cloud Foundry ecosystem, including Pivotal Web Services, Bluemix and other partner engineers, on site as well as many even more able-bodied members of the Cloud Foundry community.
The event is open to CF Summit registrants as well as Cloud Foundry Community Meetup members.
5:30-6:00pm Pizza and Networking
6:00-6:30pm Topics and Group Formation
This is a FREE meetup, but requires a ticket through eventbrite because it is part of the Cloud Foundry Summit. Eventbrite link will be posted May 28 - please come back and sign up.
Please register for your free ticket and make sure that you present your ticket (printed or mobile) when you arrive. (click here to register - http://bit.ly/CFHackNight0001)
Where: Hilton Union Square: Grand Ballroom A
About your host:
A self-proclaimed propeller head, Cornelia Davis works as a Platform Engineer in the Cloud Foundry group of Pivotal. Fundamentally responsible for making developers successful with the Cloud Foundry PaaS, you can generally find her knee deep in the (OSS) code base, writing apps and deploying them onto the PaaS, teaching at a whiteboard, presenting at conferences and passionately driving new features into the product.
When not doing those things you can find her on the yoga mat or in the kitchen.