Google Developer Group - Washington DC (GDG-DC) Message Board › NCAGTUG Event - Feb 1st : Cloud Is Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On
Just a reminder about our next event. Apologies for duplicate e-mails. It will be great event on Past, Present and Future of Cloud.
RSVP Here: http://goo.gl/ncQrQ
Location: CustomInk, 7902 Westpark Dr, McLean, VA 22102
The location is great for a meetup, but little tricky to get to the building from Parking Garage. Be sure to grab the Driving Directions. Be ready for a tour of the Cool CustomInk office before or after the Meetup!
Time: Wed, Feb 1, 2012, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
There is a profound architecture transition happening in software in 2011, like we see every 15 years: html5 and mobile on the client, cloud on the server.
This talk will explain the opportunities and challenges that the Cloud represents for developers, in 4 areas: Infrastructure, Platform, Software and Development.
This talk will describe the capabilities, philosophies and issues associated with current Cloud Platform offerings (Google Appengine, Azure, Beanstalk, CloudFoundry, Heroku), for different use cases (public, private, hybrid clouds) and the nascent Cloud Development services (Cloudbees, Exo, Cloud9, Github).
We will dive into the code of a sample Cloud Foundry app using Node.js, MongoDb, the Twitter API and Lanyrd Calendar feeds, to show how Cloud Platforms enable a more agile development process.
We will also discuss opportunities and risks for developers to move their apps to the Cloud, new skills to learn, and old habits to forget.
Patrick Chanezon - Senior Director, Developer Relations, VMware
Patrick joined VMware in 2011 in San Francisco, to create the developer relations team, and make VMware and Cloud Foundry the first choice of developers moving their apps to the cloud. Previously he worked at Google from 2005 to 2011, where he managed the Cloud and Tools Developer Relations team and has been building and growing developer ecosystems for HTML5, OpenSocial, Google Checkout and the AdWords API, and worked as a software architect at Sun Microsystems, AOL, Netscape and Accenture.
More on his blog or his twitter stream.