What we're about

Seattle DevOps is for people interested in the people, processes, and technologies related to DevOps. Each month we invite two speakers to present on anything related to DevOps.

Topics may include:

+ Managing solutions at scale

+ Cloud, containers, and K8s

+ Leadership and leveling up

+ Empathy

+ Team + Community Building

+ Tools, technologies, and tricks of the trade

This group is targeted to developments, ops, and anybody with an interest in DevOps (product managers, marketing, sales, customer support, people ops, etc). We believe that everybody plays a role in DevOps.

The objective of the group is to provide a welcoming and inclusive setting to learn about DevOps topics. We ask for all members and attendees at our meetups to abide by our Code of Conduct (http://bit.ly/SeattleDevOpsMeetupCOC).

If you are interested in being a food & beverage sponsor for one of our monthly meetings please complete this simple Google form - https://forms.gle/wureudFy9KK6vECMA

Upcoming events (1)

September meetup - Docs for DevOps

Chef Software Inc.

I'm working with some colleagues to spin the Seattle DevOps Monthly Group meetup group back up. Meetups will be held during one Wednesday a month starting on September 18, 2019 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at Chef Software in Pioneer Square. ☁️🛠 Each meetup will feature 2 talks about 25 minutes long. If you have a topic you would like to present please DM the meetup Organizer. No product demo or pitches please—we want to focus on learning, not selling. For Wednesday September 18th meetup we have the following 2 speakers: Speakers 👩🏻‍💻 Heidi Waterhouse - LaunchDarkly Docs for DevOps Abstract: The best answer is almost always, "Hire a writer". But when you are working in a team, interest group, or volunteer project, that doesn't always seem like an answer. In the absence of an expert, how can a team capture the information that is essential to running and maintaining the project? What is the essential information, and what is fluff? Who is in charge and does a style guide matter? What do you do if no one wants to be in charge? We know from the GitHub poll that poor documentation in open source projects is a pain point for new and experienced contributors. There will be food and drink provided by sponsors--more information on food as the meetup draws near. If you are interested in sponsoring this meetup please reach out to the Organizer.

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