Another year is drawing to a close and with that it means it's time to step back, take things easier, reflect on the past year, and look forward to the new.
As is tradition for Triangle DevOps at this point, we'll end the year with lightning talks. What this means is that any one who attends is welcome to present to the group on a topic of their choosing, for five minutes. The only rule is you get up to five minutes. You can use slides or not, you can do a live demo or not, or you can just talk for five minutes.
Pretty much any topic is fair game - what's a cool tech you've been using recently? Is there a hard problem you've been noodling on that you'd like to present to the group? Is there a book or blog post that has inspired you that you just have to share? Have you recently started using a new process that makes your life better that you think others should know about?
Cloud, networking, front end dev, back end dev, configuration management, source control, self help, management techniques, etc. are all valid topics to consider.
And when we're done with the lightning talks we'll hang out, chat, and learn from each other.
We're back at Interactive Intelligence this month. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
I'm looking forward to seeing everyone and seeing what topics will be presented. If you want to give everyone a heads up on what you might be presenting, leave a comment with your idea. But if you just want to show up and present, or even just hang out, that's fine too.