• Containers Developer Summit - Online

    Online event

    Join IBM for the very first Container Developer Summit: an exciting half day of talks, an interactive workshop and virtual networking with speakers from Codefresh, NeuVector, IBM and others. Free and open to all - come and learn about Kubernetes, Istio, Red Hat OpenShift, microservices, Containers in the enterprise, and what is the future of containerized infrastructure. Bring your questions and curiosity for learning. 🎟 Register for this event on Crowdcast https://www.crowdcast.io/e/containers-developer-summit-online 🎯 Schedule 👋🏻 9:00am - Welcome 🌟 9:05am - Keynote - Containers in the Enterprise by David Nugent, Developer Advocate, IBM 🌟 9:25am - Panel - Istio in the Enterprise with Ram Vennam, Lin Sun, Mofi Rahman. Moderated by Dave Nugent 🌟 9:55am - Interactive Workshop: Introduction to Red Hat OpenShift by Nigel Brown, Developer Advocate, IBM 🌟 10:35am - Security aspects of Microservices on Kubernetes by Tracy Walker, Solutions Engineer, NeuVector 🌟 10:55am - Making the Business Case for DevOps by Dan Garfield, Chief Technology Evangelist, Codefresh 👋🏻 11:15am - Closing Remarks 🥁Learn more about speakers and full talk descriptions https://containers-online-dev-summit.splashthat.com/ 🎟 Register for this event on Crowdcast https://www.crowdcast.io/e/containers-developer-summit-online

  • TO BE CONFIRMED—The Web We Want: Community Lightning Talks

    Google San Francisco

    The Web We Want: Community Lightning Talks. Submit your ideas for this session on the Web We Want Website https://webwewant.fyi and select "”SFHTML5” from the dropdown of events. If you could wave a magic wand and address a limitation of the web platform or DevTools, what would it be? The Web We Want is a community focused session where attendees have a chance to share the problems and pain points they encounter while working on the web that they think browser vendors and standards groups should work on fixing. If your idea is selected you'll have a chance to present your idea at the session in a 3-5 minute presentation at the meetup. All ideas presented will be voted on by the session audience and a panel of judges and our two winners will each receive a $250 Amazon or Visa gift card! Schedule: * 5:00 PM—Doors open * 6:00-6:15 PM—Announcements <-- Note the new start time! * 6:15-7:15 PM—The Web We Want lightning talks Notes: * Online registration for this event closes *72 hours* before the start of the event (new building rules). * On-site registration (for registered attendees) closes at 7:00 PM.* For security reasons, unregistered guests and "+1s" are *not* allowed. * Every attendee must be a member of SFHTML5 (on Meetup) and register for the event (RSVP Yes) 72 hours before the event to enter the event; no exceptions. * Yes, this event will be recorded and posted on the SFHTML5 YouTube channel.