Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. Lonely Planet have kindly offered to host the July meetup and will supply food and beverages.
For those on public transport, the Lonely Planet office is a 10 minute (or less) walk from Footscray train station.
There's a shuttle bus for staff that leaves every about 15 minutes, and there should be one leaving the station at about 6:15pm.
If you're driving a car, there's plenty of parking around at that time.
Or there's ample mooring along the Maribyrnong river if you commute via water.
Chris Berkout (@chrisberkhout (https://twitter.com/chrisberkhout)) At Groundtruth we develop and run a range of web-based geospatial apps and services for clients mostly in local government. I'll start by talking about what we've done in the last 6 months to tidy up our servers and code, then open it up for an audience discussion of what we should do next and what we could look into.
Dashboardapalooza extravaganza The idea has been floated for a Dashboardapalooza extravaganza for our July meetup! Do you have a dashboard at work? Probably most of us do have some kind. Help out your fellow infracoder and give a lightning talk on your office dashboard. Tell us about what makes it tick. Dive into your favourite feature, and how you make use of it day to day. Business metrics, application metrics, custom nagios dashboards or off-the-shelf dashboards. Please bring along a couple of screenshots (if you'd like to share). I think we'll be able to learn a lot from each other.
Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a longer talk.