An interesting program has come together this month, with something for both developers and sys admins (...er, and, yes, SysOps people) plus the restuvus:
-participate in (or observe) a live scrum session, part of our ongoing Agile project
-see and hear about the first iteration of our scrum subject: a topic manager for our KyOSS meetings, this written by Alan Blount using meteor.js.
-debate whether this first iteration was really developed in a properly scrummy way ... and just how proper does scrum aggiley need to be in the first place.
-And witness the first the system output of all this input: the first topic suggested by our first iteration of our topic-manager-in-development.
And that topic would be:
---Container virtualization, just like virtual servers, only not, and maybe better, sometimes. We'll talk about Docker and other things.
Come and join us! We usually have between 15 and 20 Linux users, admins, and programmers show up. Good conversation and networking and great presentations.
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