Join GDG Atlanta for our next monthly meeting. This month we are proud to welcome Jeremy Likness back, as we move into our new Home at WeWork Buckhead, for his talk:
Introduction to Docker Containers and Orchestration in the Cloud
Jeremy Likness, Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft
Jeremy is a Cloud Developer Advocate for Azure at Microsoft. Jeremy wrote his first program in 1982, was recognized in the "who's who in Quake" list for programming the first implementation of "Midnight Capture the Flag" in Quake C and has been developing enterprise applications for 25 years with a primary focus on web-based delivery of line of business applications. Jeremy is the author of four technology books, a former 8-year Microsoft MVP for Developer Tools and Technologies, is an international speaker and writes regularly on cloud and container development. Jeremy follows a 100% plant-based diet and spends most of his free time running, hiking and camping, and playing 9-ball and one pocket.
Meetup format :
7:00 - Networking
7:30 - Talk
8:15 - Open discussion
8:45 - Wrap up
Parking: Please park in Tower Place 100 or Buckhead Tower Parking. Parking is not free however there may be options nearby.
Directions: There are 2 WeWork entrances. Please use the 2nd one, up the staircase on the right. We will be have someone at entrance to guide you all.
Our monthly meetups are FREE and open to the public. We feature talks, workshops, open discussions, and more that focus on development strategies relating to Google developer products. We welcome developers from the community to host talks or workshops with our group. If you're interested in co-hosting programming related to Google product development, contact us at [masked]
From https://developers.google.com/groups/ ::
"Google Developer Groups (GDGs) are for developers who are interested in Google's developer technology; everything from the Android, Chrome, Drive, and Google Cloud platforms, to product APIs like the Cast API, Maps API, and YouTube API. A GDG can take many forms -- from just a few people getting together to watch our latest video, to large gatherings with demos and tech talks, to events like code sprints and hackathons. However, at the core, GDGs are focused on developers and technical content, and the core audience should be developers."