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Learn the theory and practical skills required to get you up and running as fast as possible with Kubernetes. This course is a great supplement to any online training. Kubernetes is becoming the go-to open-source technology for container orchestration at the enterprise level. It not only allows IT departments to deploy containers at scale automatically, but also ensures that those containers will run reliably in a fault-tolerant manner. WHY TAKE THIS COURSE The purpose of this one day course is to provide working and aspiring IT professionals with the foundational knowledge necessary to have operational facility with Kubernetes. During this intensive one day session, attendees get a working understanding of Kubernetes through a combination of lectures and hands on labs. In order get full advantage from the course attendees are expected to have a basic understanding of computer programming and system administration, either under Linux or Windows. Also, attendees should have a basic understanding of how data moves around the internet. The course is presented in a manner that is Whylanguage agnostic. COURSE OUTLINE - Overview of Architecture - Working Hands On With Kubernetes Resources - Working with Data - Foundations in Kubernetes Security - Application Management with Helm View complete syllabus here: https://bit.ly/2WDeFDQ Registered here: https://learn-kubernetes.eventbrite.com
This talk will introduce attendees to the world of server development with the added bonus of using Swift. Senior iOS Engineer and Developer Advocate at Cloudinary, Timirah James will show you how build web applications and web services using Swift 4 and how to leverage the popular Swift web framework Vapor. You'll learn about many of Vapor's modules such as Fluent, Vapor's ORM, and Leaf, the templating engine for building web pages. TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED INCLUDE: • Getting Started with Vapor • Creating your first project with Vapor • Using the Swift Package Manager • Adding Authentication • And far more! AUDIENCE Attendees should have some working knowledge of Swift programming language. ABOUT THE PRESENTER Timirah James is a Developer Advocate at Cloudinary and an influencer in the evangelism space, creating awareness around STEM and diversity in tech as well as helping others build great technical skills and become great developers. She is an active contributor in the mobile and serverless community, and is best known for being a leader in the Los Angeles and Silicon Beach tech community and mentoring through TechniGal LA, her meetup group for women exploring the world of STEM. Fun Fact: She is also a noted singer-songwriter and recently released “Coderitis,” a song about her love for technology and innovation, which can be found on SoundCloud and Spotify.
Come out and meet fellow women in tech at our 9th Women’s Voices in Tech networking happy hour event! If you are open to a new career opportunity, there will be reps from Experian and Magnopus on site with plenty of exciting tech positions to choose from (see details below). You will find us in the Zinc at Shade lounge. Free valet parking (up to 3 hours) with a $15 purchase. Or you can park at the Metlox Parking Structure. If you're are a women in tech, aspiring to become one, have a women-owned business in tech, new in town and want to connect with the tech community, looking for a new career opportunity or just want to relax in a pleasant environment after work, join us at the lovely Shade Hotel! ALL ARE WELCOME! CELEBRATING DIVERSITY DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH Join us as we celebrate diversity at this month’s mixer. Meet two amazing women who have achieved great success in their careers in tech: Kenni (Lethridge) Kaufman Head of Studio, Magnopus Nicole Holmes Senior Director, Information Security & Technology, Scopely CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FROM EXPERIAN & MAGNOPUS Looking for a new career opportunity? Meet directly with reps from Experian and Magnopus about the the following open roles: Experian - Senior Data Analyst - Costa Mesa, CA - Data Governance Program Manager - Costa Mesa, CA - Senior Scrum Master/Agile Project Manager - Costa Mesa, CA - Web Developer (Sharepoint) - Costa Mesa, CA - Lead Solutions Architect - Costa Mesa, CA - Senior Development Support Engineer - Costa Mesa, CA - Director of User Experience (UX) - Costa Mesa, CA - Spark/Scala Software Engineer -San Jose, California - Technical Product Manager - Global - Austin, Texas Magnopus - 3D Animator - DTLA - UI Art Director - DTLA - User Interface Designer - DTLA - Experience Engineer - DTLA - Senior Backend Engineer - DTLA LEARN MORE AND RSVP HERE: https://bit.ly/2FEm0xR
[Non-Code District Event] RSVP EventBrite https://baseballhackdayla.eventbrite.com Are you a baseball fanatic or techie looking for an opportunity to demonstrate your skills? Then you are in for a real treat as Baseball Hack Day (BHD) gears up for their 7th year! On Saturday March 9th, multiple cities throughout the United States and Canada will host a 1 day hackathon to open up the baseball season. This year’s event takes place simultaneously in Boston, Chicago, San Diego, Seattle, Toronto, Cincinnati, New York, Twin Cities, DC, and here in Los Angeles. It’s a day where creative minds come together and see what cool projects can be created within a limited time.The project could be (but is not limited to) a tool, simple web app, mobile app, website, or data visualization. There is no cost to attend and participate in the event, but there are limited spots available, so we encourage you to book early! LOCATION Honey HQ (JoinHoney.com) 990 W 8th Street Los Angeles, CA 90017 The full-day phenomenon will include breakfast, lunch and a bevy of snacks. We will also end with an award ceremony to present the winning project. Designers, developers, statisticians, marketers, and baseball enthusiasts alike are welcome! SCHEDULE Registration, Meet & Greet 8:00 – 10:00 am Welcome, Introductions, and Pitch 10:00 – 10:30 am Design and Code 10:30 – 12:30 pm Lunch 12:30 – 1:30 pm More Design and Code 1:30 – 5:00pm Presentation, Judging & Awards 5:00 – 6:00pm New to hack days? Have no fear. See last year’s submissions. http://www.baseballhackday.com/about-history/ Also, check out our resources in github wiki and inspiration blog on tumblr. Visit the official Baseball Hack Day website for more information. www.baseballhackday.com FAQ How much does it cost? Is this a private event? The event is free and open to the public. Do I need to know how to code or have software experience? No formal software development experience needed but someone on your team should have some coding experience. Do I need to bring a laptop? Participants are required to bring a laptop to participate in this event. Where can I find some great API? http://www.baseballhackday.com/api/