What we're about

DevOps Porto is a community for everyone interested in reducing the pain of software delivery and in building “bridges” between development and operations. Because developing software is not enough, we like to discuss all DevOps related topics from the cultural perspective, such as communication and collaboration, and from the technical perspective, such as source control, continuous integration and continuous delivery. We're an open group interested in discussing topics related to applications, databases, infrastructure and human factors. So join us and share your thoughts!
We also have the website https://devopsporto.com for more information about the group. 
In order to promote the DevOps topics discussion/sharing and the interaction between group members it was created a Slack team https://devopsporto.slack.com. You can get your invitation here: https://devopsporto.herokuapp.com

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Technical Writing (Selina Cowork, in English)

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Today, more than ever, it's not enough to just write code. We need to communicate it efficiently for the benefit of our future selves, our colleagues, and sometimes people on the other side of the world. This journey typically starts with documentation and sometimes evolves to blog posts and even technical books.
In this meetup, we will be talking with a panel of people with experience in the various areas to talk about what's easy and hard, the pros and cons, and tips for how to do a good job writing more than code.


Joel Bastos —- unfortunately, Joel is sick and won’t be able to attend this meetup. We wish him to get back to health soon.

Engineer, published author, open-source supporter and contributor, invested in helping companies scale systems, processes and talent, focusing on automation, security and reliability.
Previously has successfully supported governmental entities with projects such as the Public Key Infrastructure for the Portuguese citizen card, several unicorn startups, and one of the largest transaction-oriented betting companies in the world. Nowadays, he aims to improve the lives of merchants as a tech leader at SaltPay.
He tries to keep himself active, sharing his free time between running, surfing, and surfskating 🤙

Pedro Araújo
Pedro Araújo is a reliability and automation engineer, with a passion for all things Observability, and is a co-author of the book Hands-on Infrastructure Monitoring with Prometheus. His belief that "a rising tide lifts all boats" has resulted in contributions to several open-source projects, such as Riemann, OpenTSDB, Sensu, Prometheus, Thanos, Grafana, among others. Pedro currently works at SaltPay building the group's Cloud Platform.

Ricardo Castro
Lead Site Reliability Engineer at Anova. Working daily to build high-performance, reliable and scalable systems.
A strong believer in culture and teamwork. Open source passionate, taekwondo amateur, and metal lover.
DevOps Porto meetup co-organizer and DevOpsDays Portugal co-organizer.
Continuous Delivery Foundation Ambassador.

Waldir Pimenta
Waldir Pimenta is a computer graphics software developer turned technical writer, with a particular interest in documentation tooling and automation, literate programming, and visual communication of complex concepts.
He started doing technical writing as a Wikipedia editor and later as an academic researcher, and the transfer of those skills into his software development career was a natural progression — as was the gradual involvement with open-source projects.
Nowadays, his time is split between his day job as a technical writer at Feedzai, his role as a husband and father of two young kids, and various open-source and open knowledge projects, as time permits.


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