• Build Night

    Needs a location

    Let's get together and build some awesome stuff with code. We'll hold an impromptu co-working space where you can work on a project, pair, learn, and mingle. You can hack on anything! Any language, framework, public/open-source, personal, etc. You don’t have to have an idea to hack on! You’re more than welcome to come just to pair with someone.

    Build Night is built for all skill levels. Come with what you know. If you have something you're interested in learning, Build Night is a good place to do so because there will be experts in the room to help with just about anything.

    Agenda

    6:00 - Doors Open
    We don't expect everyone to be on time. Walk-in, grab some food, meet someone at your table.

    6:30 - Project Introductions
    Tell the room who you are and what you're working on

    6:40 - Build Session
    Check out the projects that interested you from the introductions, welcome someone to pair with you, or continue chatting with the people around you.

    8:45 - Closing Circle
    We'll talk about what we did, even if it's nothing!

    Project Inspirations

    • Work on some open-source projects that you use that could use some help exercising their new-developer onboarding.
    • Pick an issue tagged help-wanted in the repo for an open-source project you use daily.
    • Create a dotfiles repo to contain your software toolbox
    • Find a generative art project, learn how it works, and create your own art by making small changes to it.
    • Talk about open source projects you're working on with others.
    • Ask C&S about what open source projects we have that could use some brains.
    • Work on building a presentation for a C&S Meetup
    • Learn more about C&S Compensation Survey and how you can help make it a success

    Things not to do:

    • Ask for homework help and expect in-depth help. Some participants may be willing to help a little with programming homework but please expect to work on your homework by yourself maybe with some nudges.
    • Ask participants to sign up for a free trial for your non-open-source commercial product to try it out. Any commercial solicitation requires prior arrangements with C&S.

    Conduct Policy

    We expect all participants to follow these rules within all Code & Supply venues and events, virtual or in-person, and within all official Code & Supply communication channels.

    Code & Supply is dedicated to providing an enjoyable event for everyone and expects participants at our events to act in a way that promotes an environment that is harassment-free, safe, comfortable, and enjoyable to be a part of.

    https://codeandsupply.co/policies/conduct

    Please RSVP Yes if you really truly are planning to come, as we have limited space due to continued COVID-19 precautions.

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  • The Art of SLOs Workshop with Lyle and Jon, night 1/2

    Needs a location

    $5.00

    Lyle and Jon wanted to bring The Art of SLOs workshop to Code & Supply with their experience as leaders in operations teams. Their combined education, healthcare, and industry experience is compounded by the existing context given by the freely available Art of SLOs workshop content from Google.

    N.b. this is a paid event and covers two nights back-to-back. You must RSVP to both nights! Click here for Night 2. See below for details.

    What is this workshop? What are SLOs?

    The Art of SLOs is a workshop developed by Google's Customer Reliability Engineering team. The goal of the workshop is to introduce participants to the way Google measures service reliability — in terms of Service Level Indicators (SLIs) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs) — and give them some hands-on experience with creating these measures in order to adapt the tools for their own unique needs.

    This workshop will be broken down into:

    • First day: Lectures
    • Second day: Practical Exercise (groups of ~5)

    Make sure to let us know during signup or the first day if you want to be in a group with friend(s)!

    Target Audience

    The workshop content is relatively technical and primarily aimed at development and operations engineers and their immediate management. However, you'll have the best results if you can include technically-minded product people and business leaders as well.

    The Art of SLOs is licensed under CC-BY 4.0. Read more about this workshop at Google’s Official landing page: https://sre.google/resources/practices-and-processes/art-of-slos/

    Lyle Seaman, VPE at Carnegie Learning
    Lyle grew up bashing bits in the 80s and has progressively moved up the application stack, with a focus on so-called “non-functional requirements” such as performance, reliability, and security. He created and managed the SRE team at Carnegie Learning for five years and currently manages the software engineering unit for “platforms”.

    Jon Shaffer, Sr. SRE at Babylon Health
    Jon has been doing SRE-related work in medium to large healthcare since 2018. He previously served as a principal consultant at Hyperfluid Solutions.

    This is a paid event. Food will be provided.

    Please submit $5 payment at https://paypal.me/codeandsupply. This is to hold your place and cover some event hosting expenses.

    Food on both nights is sponsored by the workshop hosts. We will try our best to accommodate dietary restrictions; please message the hosts if you have restrictions beyond preferences for vegetarian or low-carb options (e.g. allergies to foods served at Chipotle or Jimmy John's).

    Schedule Day 1 - Lecture - Food: Chipotle

    18:00-18:30
    Filing Into Meeting

    18:30–18:45
    Introduction

    18:45–19:45
    SLIs, SLOs and Error Budgets

    19:45–20:00
    Break

    20:00–21:00
    Developing SLOs and SLIs

  • The Art of SLOs Workshop with Lyle and Jon, night 2/2

    Needs a location

    $5.00

    Lyle and Jon wanted to bring The Art of SLOs workshop to Code & Supply with their experience as leaders in operations teams. Their combined education, healthcare, and industry experience is compounded by the existing context given by the freely available Art of SLOs workshop content from Google.

    N.b. this is a paid event and covers two nights back-to-back. You must RSVP to both nights! Click here for Night 1. See below for details.

    What is this workshop? What are SLOs?

    The Art of SLOs is a workshop developed by Google's Customer Reliability Engineering team. The goal of the workshop is to introduce participants to the way Google measures service reliability — in terms of Service Level Indicators (SLIs) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs) — and give them some hands-on experience with creating these measures in order to adapt the tools for their own unique needs.

    This workshop will be broken down into:

    • First day: Lectures
    • Second day: Practical Exercise (groups of ~5)

    Make sure to let us know during signup or the first day if you want to be in a group with friend(s)!

    Target Audience

    The workshop content is relatively technical and primarily aimed at development and operations engineers and their immediate management. However, you'll have the best results if you can include technically-minded product people and business leaders as well.

    The Art of SLOs is licensed under CC-BY 4.0. Read more about this workshop at Google’s Official landing page: https://sre.google/resources/practices-and-processes/art-of-slos/

    Lyle Seaman, VPE at Carnegie Learning
    Lyle grew up bashing bits in the 80s and has progressively moved up the application stack, with a focus on so-called “non-functional requirements” such as performance, reliability, and security. He created and managed the SRE team at Carnegie Learning for five years and currently manages the software engineering unit for “platforms”.

    Jon Shaffer, Sr. SRE at Babylon Health
    Jon has been doing SRE-related work in medium to large healthcare since 2018. He previously served as a principal consultant at Hyperfluid Solutions.

    This is a paid event. Food will be provided.

    Please submit $5 payment at https://paypal.me/codeandsupply. This is to hold your place and cover some event hosting expenses.

    Food on both nights is sponsored by the workshop hosts. We will try our best to accommodate dietary restrictions; please message the hosts if you have restrictions beyond preferences for vegetarian or low-carb options (e.g. allergies to foods served at Chipotle or Jimmy John's).

    Schedule Day 2 - Exercises - Jimmy Johns

    18:15-18:30
    Filing Into Meeting

    18:30-18:45
    Overview of Exercise

    18:45–20:15
    Practical Exercise

    20:15–20:30
    Break

    20:30–20:45
    Example Answer

    20:45–21:30
    Q&A Session

  • Build Night

    Needs a location

    Let's get together and build some awesome stuff with code. We'll hold an impromptu co-working space where you can work on a project, pair, learn, and mingle. You can hack on anything! Any language, framework, public/open-source, personal, etc. You don’t have to have an idea to hack on! You’re more than welcome to come just to pair with someone.

    Build Night is built for all skill levels. Come with what you know. If you have something you're interested in learning, Build Night is a good place to do so because there will be experts in the room to help with just about anything.

    Agenda

    6:00 - Doors Open
    We don't expect everyone to be on time. Walk-in, grab some food, meet someone at your table.

    6:30 - Project Introductions
    Tell the room who you are and what you're working on

    6:40 - Build Session
    Check out the projects that interested you from the introductions, welcome someone to pair with you, or continue chatting with the people around you.

    8:45 - Closing Circle
    We'll talk about what we did, even if it's nothing!

    Project Inspirations

    • Work on some open-source projects that you use that could use some help exercising their new-developer onboarding.
    • Pick an issue tagged help-wanted in the repo for an open-source project you use daily.
    • Create a dotfiles repo to contain your software toolbox
    • Find a generative art project, learn how it works, and create your own art by making small changes to it.
    • Talk about open source projects you're working on with others.
    • Ask C&S about what open source projects we have that could use some brains.
    • Work on building a presentation for a C&S Meetup
    • Learn more about C&S Compensation Survey and how you can help make it a success

    Things not to do:

    • Ask for homework help and expect in-depth help. Some participants may be willing to help a little with programming homework but please expect to work on your homework by yourself maybe with some nudges.
    • Ask participants to sign up for a free trial for your non-open-source commercial product to try it out. Any commercial solicitation requires prior arrangements with C&S.

    Conduct Policy

    We expect all participants to follow these rules within all Code & Supply venues and events, virtual or in-person, and within all official Code & Supply communication channels.

    Code & Supply is dedicated to providing an enjoyable event for everyone and expects participants at our events to act in a way that promotes an environment that is harassment-free, safe, comfortable, and enjoyable to be a part of.

    https://codeandsupply.co/policies/conduct

    Please RSVP Yes if you really truly are planning to come, as we have limited space due to continued COVID-19 precautions.