Learn how Microsoft Azure’s cloud services can accelerate your cloud app development process: we support the tools and languages you already use, security and management services are built-in, ML/AI capabilities are quickly callable from your app, and you can retain full control on how (and where) you deploy your code.
I'm Attending!June 02, 2021June 04, 2021Online Craft Conf 2021 - Software CraftmanshipUTCCraft has a holistic view of software delivery craftsmanship, we are looking for talk ideas from all parts of the product engineering value creation pipeline. You can read about our ars poetica here: http://craft-conf.com/about
This year we have special interest in the following topics: Server-less architectures, immutable infrastructure, Practical machine learning & deep learning & AI, TensorFlow, Blockchain platforms/Ethereum, Security in an Agile world, Reactive programming, Role of designers in the process, Interesting languages (ELM, Idris, Elixir, Rust etc.), Large-scale orchestration, Performance & Scaling, Monitoring & Metrics, Instrumentation & Observability, Practices of creating quality software, Organisational design, culture & delivery at scale, Architectural patterns, Computer papers, System programming (Raft etc.), Resilient architectures, Clean code, Testing, Stream processing, IoT, New technologies, Advances in CS, Distributed systems, Next Generation Web Standards, Frameworks, and Techniques, Advanced DevOps practices, Advanced microservice practices, Advanced containerisation practices, Future technologies, Engineering soft skills, Advanced cloud architectures, Modern networking, Mobile development best practices, Cool technologies & tools, Engineering management, High performance teams, How hardware changes affect software development, Surviving legacy systems, Technical debt.
We are looking for Intermediate and Advanced topics.
Workshop days: May 27-28, May 31 - June 01, 2021
Conference days: June 2-4, 2021Online
I'm Attending!May 04, 2021July 06, 2021DevOps TO Monthly seriesUTCDevOps TO is a monthly meetup series, bringing together Toronto's most agile and innovative minds to hear and talk about software delivery, scale, operational excellence and the latest tools and techniques in cloud tech. We're over 5000 members and always looking for interesting speakers to join us.
We're looking for talks that will fit at or below 30mins, and speakers who don't mind a few questions afterwards. The whole meetup is 1hr total, 5pm-6pm EST, on the first Tuesday of every month.
Toronto, ON, Canada
I'm Attending!February 03, 2021February 03, 2021Front End Miami's Lightning Talks Series ⚡️UTC# Front End Miami Lightning Talks Series ⚡️
- **Who**: Front-End Miami
- **What**: Lightning Talks Series
- **Where**: Zoom
- **When**: Wednesday, February 3rd 2020
- **How (to RSVP)**: [RSVP on our Meetup group!](https://www.meetup.com/Front-end-Developers-of-Miami/events/275539960/)
## If you share our passion for front-end development and would like to talk about it, submit your lightning talk proposal for *[Front End Miami](https://frontend.miami)'s Lightning Talks meetup on February 3rd*!
**First time speaking?** That's great! We welcome all speakers - be they new, experienced, underrepresented - to come and present.
_Note: due to the high amount of talk submission spam, priority will be given to local speakers._Online
I'm Attending!February 08, 2021February 08, 2021vBrownBag Weekly WebinarUTCWhat is **vBrownBag**?
vBrownBag is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in Cloud, DevOps, and IT infrastructure. We help other people in the IT industry to be better at their jobs by learning about IT.
The vBrownBag Video Podcasts :
The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications for example AWS, Azure, and VMware certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area like the Python learning series. Other podcasts cover areas like storage or automation without a lot of vendor spin and with a lot of passion for the technologies. Some podcast sessions use slides and most provide demonstrations, some even set hands on homework for the viewers. The content is produced by the community members who present the podcast, ensuring that we’re learning from real world experience.
The US podcast has been running weekly since 2010, it is a wide ranging podcast covering may different topics in It infrastructure. The APAC Edition started in early 2012 and focuses on design and VDI. The EMEA and LATAM (Spanish language) podcast started in late 2012 as appetites grew for more local or native language content.Virtual