Meet CoreOS In Your Neck of the Woods
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CoreOS will be all around the globe over the next few weeks. Whether you are an old friend or new, we look forward to meeting you at one of these events.
Community, Meetups and More in Europe
Earlier this month, Joey Schorr, lead engineer from CoreOS, spoke at the CoreOS London Meetup about how CoreOS secures applications throughout every layer of the stack. Stay tuned on the meetup page for details on the recorded presentations.
Berlin Kubernetes Meetup: If you are new to Kubernetes or rkt, a container runtime by CoreOS, come to the Berlin Kubernetes Meetup on Wednesday, January 20 at 18:30. Jonathan Boulle, team lead at CoreOS, will speak about what's new with rkt and Kubernetes.
FOSDEM in Brussels, January 30-31
The CoreOS team is proud to be represented by four speakers at FOSDEM 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. If you miss any of our talks, come by our booth in area "K" to meet us.
- Saturday, January 30 at 4:45 p.m. – Container mechanics in rkt and Linux will be presented by Alban Crequy and Jonathan Boulle (@baronboulle).
- Saturday, January 30 at 6:30 p.m. – Open Source is being ruined and it's all our fault will be given by Brian Redbeard Harrington (@brianredbeard), principal architect at CoreOS.
- Sunday, January 31 at 9:50 a.m. – etcd: the cornerstone of distributed systems using Go will be discussed by Jonathan Boulle (@baronboulle).
- Sunday, January 31 at 1:00 p.m. – Debugging Go programs with Delve will be shared by Derek Parker (@DerkTheDaring), software engineer at CoreOS.
- Sunday, January 31 at 2:10 p.m. – CoreOS: A Linux distribution designed for application containers that scale will be presented by Brian Redbeard Harrington (@brianredbeard).
Config Management Camp in Gent, Belgium, February 1-2
As a continuation of the FOSDEM celebration, join Jonathan Boulle and Brian Redbeard Harrington at one of the following talks at Config Management Camp (@cfgmgmtcamp) in Gent, Belgium on February 1 and 2.
- Monday, February 1 at 14:40 – Jonathan (@baronboulle) will discuss etcd on the main track.
- Tuesday, February 2 at 12:20 – Brian Redbeard (@brianredbeard) will present an overview of CoreOS and more on the container track.
- Tuesday, February 2 at 15:40 – Jonathan (@baronboulle) will give a talk on rkt and Kubernetes in the main track.
See CoreOS Speak in Asia
Container Technology Conference Beijing: On Saturday, January 23, meet Xiang Li (@xiangli0227), engineer at CoreOS, at the Container Technology Conference in Beijing, China. He will provide an overview of CoreOS and a deep dive on container technology.
United States Events
We're in California and Pennsylvania this month. Meet us at one of these events!
SCALE 14x: Do you want to adopt distributed systems? Meet CoreOS CTO Brandon Philips (@brandonphilips) in Pasadena, Calif. on Saturday, January 23 at 4:30 p.m. PT at SCALE 14X and learn about all things etcd, a cornerstone database that powers distributed systems.
SF Marketing to Developers Meetup: On Tuesday, January 26, the first meetup for the SF Marketing to Developers group will feature Joe Bowers (@joeatwork), senior engineer with CoreOS, speaking on a panel on developers working with marketing.
CoreOS San Francisco Meetup: Save the date! We'll have our first San Francisco CoreOS meetup of the year on Wednesday, January 27, at 6 p.m. PT at Geekdom SF @ Rackspace San Francisco. More details to come soon. Contact us if you are interested in speaking in front of the CoreOS community!
Philadelphia Microservices Meetup: Alex Crawford, software developer at CoreOS, will be speaking at the first Philadelphia Microservices Meetup on Thursday, January 28 at 6 p.m. ET.
Meet us in Australia at LCA By the Bay
Linux Australia's Linux.conf.au is in Geelong, Victoria this year and will welcome Matthew Garrett (@mjg59), principal security software engineer at CoreOS. He'll present Troublesome Privacy Measures: Using TPMs to protect users on Friday, February 5 at 13:20.
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