Past Meetup

Getting started with Kubernetes Workshop

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PlanGrid

2111 Mission Street 4th Floor · San Francisco, ca

How to find us

Enter the office through 2111 Mission Street (take the elevator to the 4th floor)

Location image of event venue

Details

Getting started with Kubernetes
Talk by Natalie Serebryakova

Workshop description:

Deploy and explore your first app in K8s
Deploy the application to Minikube.
View application logs.
Update the application image.

Meet your spreaker:

Natalie Serebryakova is a Software Engineer, currently working in the Infrastructure Team at Reddit in San Francisco.
Part of her job includes building and automating various tools that help the development team be more productive and happy.
In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her aussiedoodle Chai, bake cakes and hike.

Schedule:

6:00: Check in, eat, and mingle
6:30: Getting started with Kubernetes, Talk by Natalie Serebryakova
8:00: Lights out, doors close

About this meetup:

Event is 21+. Please bring your ID.
You will be required to sign an NDA during check-in.
PyLadies, PyGents, all PyPeople are welcome.
Please note all attendees should abide by the Code of Conduct (http://bit.ly/LadyNerds-CoC)

Logistics:

A huge thank you to PlanGrid https://jobs.lever.co/plangrid/
https://www.plangrid.com/ for hosting us!
Pizza and drinks (with GF/Veg options) will be provided!

Details for getting in:
Please show your ID to the security guard who will direct you to take the elevator to the 4th floor. If there is construction at the 17th st entrance, please enter around the corner at 2111 Mission St.

Transportation:
The nearest lines are 33, 22, 49 buses & 16th St BART. Street parking is available. You are welcome to bring your bikes up to PlanGrid’s office, please park them in the back right of the main room at the bike racks.

For questions about this meetup, please message Gabriela Mihaila through the Meetup site or as @gabrielamihaila on the PyLadies Slack group.

To stay in touch, go to PyLadies Slack http://slackin.pyladies.com/ and join #sf-hands-on-python or #bayarea channels!