An Intro to DevOps

An Introduction to DevOps

Friday, Jul 10, 2015, 11:30 AM

Ideas and Coffee Coworking Space
5021 Indian School NE Suite 500 Albuquerque, NM

8 Members Attending

Nomadic software engineer and Open Source software advocate Meitar Moscovitz is in Albuquerque for a few weeks and will be giving a talk on Open Source tools and techniques for managing the complex infrastructure of the modern web. (And if there’s a lot of interest in the topic we may talk him into a half day or day seminar on the topic in the futu…

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Other interesting groups

I just ran across another really interesting technology group in town, the Albuquerque Game Developers Guild. They don’t have a Meetup group but they meet Tuesday evenings at the Levitated Toy Factory. Here’s a pointer to their facebook page. It’s a wealth of useful information and pointers.

Beer.js is  a local group of javascript developers and beer drinkers 🙂 They manage their group through a git hub repository.

And if you’re not on the NMdevs slack group you’re missing some great conversations.  Invite yourself here. Thanks to Patrick White for setting this up!

Great iOS session today!

We had a great presentation on autolayout in XCode by Chris Jungmann. Here’s a pointer to his blog with that information.

We also discussed the Albuquerque Open Data framework project that Andrew and Chris have been building. Several folks with Code for America were interested in this project.

Lastly we talked about React Native, an interesting approach to using Javascript for the view part of an app and being able to reuse this between Android and iOS platforms. Here’s an interesting video on that subject.

RubiABQ sponsors a Code Retreat on Pi Day

Ideas and Coffee is pleased to help out with a Code Retreat that’s being sponsored by the RubiABQ Meetup group. Here’s the announcement for the event, and we have a small web site set up to take registrations at abqcoderetreat.org.


 

From the coderetreat.org website:

Coderetreat is a day-long, intensive practice event, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design. By providing developers the opportunity to take part in focused practice, away from the pressures of ‘getting things done’, the coderetreat format has proven itself to be a highly effective means of skill improvement..

RubiABQ is lucky to have two members who have attended Coderetreats before, and one of them, Ben Cates, has volunteered to be the coordinator for (to the best of our knowledge) Albuquerque’s first Coderetreat.

More information will be available soon, but I’ve put this on the calendar now so people can plan to attend. At our last meeting we had a half dozen or so people state that they planned to go. We will be limiting this inaugural event to 30 participants. It is not Ruby-specific and we will be contacting other programming and development groups to let them know.