114 5th Ave, 6th Floor, New York, NY
Our focus with this event is to encourage participation from all members of our community, so we'll be making an effort to ensure that underrepresented groups from a diverse background are included. Spots are closed for now as we work with developer partner groups but a few may open up later depending on the number of devices we get donated.
Since we only can get so many Raspberry Pi's donated, the number of spots will be limited until we know exactly how many we have and who will attend from our partner developer groups.
What is provided (we hope!)
• Free Raspberry Pi to take home
• Experts on Go, Kubernetes, Docker, and Docker Swarm
Thank you to Capital One Labs for the space!
Please register for this event on Eventbrite!
You will be waitlisted and approved as resources become available. If you have questions or comments, leave them on this page or contact us via Eventbrite.
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