- Docker and Kubernetes Best Practices - Drew Oetzel of Tigera
With great power comes a great deal of configuration. Through hundreds of Docker and Kubernetes implementations, best practices and anti-patterns have emerged. This talk brought to you by classic moments like "why does it do that", "that should work", "that shouldn't work" and of course "are you kidding me" Drew Oetzel is a Senior Solutions Engineer at Tigera and has been working with enterprise software since the late 90s. Focusing on his recent experience, he spent seven years at Splunk, honing his security skills. Two and a half years at Mesosphere, then Heptio mastering the art of distributed systems, containers, and all that goes along with them. Outside of tech ask him about history, gardening, or what he's doing to try to curb his Reddit addiction! 6:00 : Pizza 6:20 : Announcements 6:30-7:45 : Docker and Kubernetes Best Practices 7:45 : Door Prizes
- Max Katz - Serverless
6:00 : Pizza 6:20 : Announcements 6:30-7:45 : Serverless 7:45 : Door Prizes Max Katz is a Program Director at IBM. Max leads the North America West Developer Advocacy team. The team provides developer education via meetups, workshops, conferences, online events, content and helps developers do their jobs faster and easier. Before IBM, Max led developer advocacy for Appery.io, a cloud-based mobile app platform. Max helped grow the platform from zero to over 400,000 developers. Max is the author of two books “Practical RichFaces” (Apress 2008, 2011), DZone MVB (Most Valuable Blogger), and is a frequent speaker at developer events and conferences. You can find out what Max is up to on his blog http://maxkatz.org and Twitter @maxkatz.
- Python - Matt Harrison
6:00 : Pizza 6:20 : Announcements 6:30-7:45 : Python 7:45 : Door Prizes Matt Harrison has been using Python since 2000. He runs MetaSnake, a Python and Data Science consultancy and corporate training shop. In the past, he has worked across the domains of search, build management and testing, business intelligence and storage. He has presented and taught tutorials at conferences such as Strata, SciPy, SCALE, PyCON and OSCON as well as local user conferences. The structure and content of this book is based off of first hand experience teaching Python to many individuals. He occasionally tweets useful Python related information at @__mharrison__