This group is a place to meet other developers and dev/ops engineers using DevOps tools!
DevOps Malmö tries to help orgs to provision, secure, and run any infrastructure for any application. By organizing meetups and presentations, we want to get these people together to share experiences.
Join us to learn more about the DevOps tools, best practices, and how others have solved infrastructure problems with the integration of DevOps tools.
Lars Kronfält a DevOps practitioner, ultra runner and IASA Sweden board member with +20 years in IT is sharing his experience of applying methodologies and strategies to breakdown and accomplish far stretched goals.
This talk is about how a person with low chance of success due to asthma, allergies, knee surgery, diabetes and little history of physical exercise uses his experience and knowledge from DevOps ways of working combined with strategies from infrastructure architecture to completing a 100k footrace.
A non technical sharing and inspiring talk as a metaphor of deliver seemingly impossible business cases while pushing body and mind in constant learning.
Lars Kronfält - a DevOps practitioner, ultra runner and IASA Sweden board member with +20 years in IT. Experiences of multiple roles from engineer, architect, manager to CIO in multiple industries including hosting, telecom/broadband, retail and now working in a DevOps context in a software company building online sportsbooks, holding certifications of CITA-A, ITIL, CKA, LFCE, LFCS and is a member of IASA Global, SNUS, ISOC-SE.
17:30 – 17:45 Meet & Greet
17:45 – 18:30 Use DevOps ways and architect strategies to run a 100k footrace
18:30 – 19:00 Pizza Break
19:00 – 20:30 Continue, + Q/A
Register here: https://foocafe.org/?p=762
Every year, Stack overflow produces a comprehensive survey of people who code all over the world. For the year 2019, the results showed that DevOps specialists are among the highest paid professionals in the field, and that the go programming language ranks as the 3rd most wanted language. How about we knockout two birds with one stone? In this talk, I will be providing a light introduction to the go programming language syntax. Followed by some practical use cases for day to day operations as a devops specialist. We will also briefly touch on some hot topics like generics, limitations of the language and practical examples from large organizations using go today for devops.
Stephen Rodriguez is a talented go developer and has over 10 years of experience as a full stack engineer. Two years ago, he made the big move from New York City to Malmo and has since been working at APSIS. Here, he creates custom solutions in the go programming language to help migrate their existing services into AWS.