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I'm Attending!January 01, 2021January 01, 2021DevOps Turkey Meetup UTCWe enjoy seeing new people fancy for speaking in DevOps Turkey meetups!
If you want to share your experience or knowledge about DevOps Culture, tools or approaches, then this is just the right opportunity for you!
Based on the previous experiences DevOps Turkey team has prepared this guideline for potential speakers. Please read this guideline and prepare your presentation based on those.
DevOps Turkey meetups are community events, not marketing opportunities, so please speak about your DevOps experiences instead of pitching your product.
Explain your story. People attending to DevOps Turkey meetups are keen to hear about the real-life stories. They can find lots of tutorials from the internet and we believe it’s not easy for the audience to remember the important piece when the speaker goes on a tutorial.
Create a unique and special presentation. Let it be special for the audience as well!
Make a hands-on demo! It’s always great to prove what you are explaining with a live demo!
Know your time. Be specific and be precise - we could talk about each and every topic for hours and hours, but you need to be flexible enough to shorten it to the given time.
The conclusion is the key to the listener’s memory. In your presentation, there will be a lot of new information for most of the listeners, so do not forget to have a conclusion slide/-es, where you would point out the most important keywords/keynotes of your presentation.
For international speakers; Let us know at least 1 month before (more time is better) your arrival so we can find a venue in time.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/devopstrİstanbul, Turkey
I'm Attending!October 14, 2020March 10, 2021DevOps Underground MeetupsUTCDevOps Underground is a community-focused meetup, organizing onsite and online meetups based on latest practices in DevOps and MicroServices domain.London, UK
I'm Attending!October 02, 2019October 02, 2019Docker Ottawa MeetupUTCLearn, Collaborate & Dockerize!
Meet other developers and ops engineers in your community that are using and learning about Docker. Docker is an open platform that helps you build, ship and run applications anytime and anywhere. Developers use Docker to modify code and to streamline application development, while operations gain support to quickly and flexibly respond to their changing needs. Docker ensures agility, portability and control for all your distributed apps. Docker is also the main sponsor of the Moby Project, an open framework to assemble specialized container systems without reinventing the wheel. More information available at http://mobyproject.org/.
Learn more about the Docker Community at https://www.docker.com/docker-communityOttawa, Canada
I'm Attending!December 31, 2020December 31, 2020Ethereal Summit Speaker Bureau ApplicationUTC<b>Apply to be a speaker at future Ethereal Sessions and events! Have your voice recognized among the Ethereum community!</b>
Ethereal is a global series of conferences focused on connecting leading developers, founders, startups, investors, and creatives shaping the future of Ethereum and blockchain. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Ethereal Sessions launched as an online series celebrating the movers and shakers building the decentralized future. Ethereal Sessions happens bi-weekly for up to 2 hours, diving into specific topics highlighting the founders and builders innovating in these arenas.
The Ethereal Summit historically has covered the critical way Ethereum can revolutionize the world. Where a decentralized, more efficient, and democratized world enables humanity to move with a shared purpose. Our content is insightful, inspiring, and purposeful. In previous years, we have welcomed over 400 top speakers and experts in their respective field, from the Ethereum ecosystem and even Fortune 500 companies. Our speakers are carefully curated and cover a myriad of topics relevant in our world today including but not limited to:
<li>Decentralized finance (DeFi) applications</li>
<li>Blockchain in emerging markets</li>
<li>The impact of NFTs in the arts and gaming</li>
<li>Research and development into scaling Ethereum 2.0</li>
<li>Enterprise blockchain innovations</li>
You can learn more about the Ethereal Summit [on our homepage here](etherealsummit.com) and see the beautiful, creative productions we're proud to have hosted the last 4 years! To get inspired by previous Ethereal talks, check out the [Ethereal Summit YouTube page.](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbxufpiYLa3XbjGVltzAavQ)Virtual
I'm Attending!October 02, 2019January 27, 2020Everything is BrokenUTCEverything is broken, but that's OK. We are bringing together the reliability community in Seattle to commiserate with, vent about, and help fix the broken things in our life. Whether you are a Site Reliability Engineer, a Production Engineer, a DevOps or Automation Engineer, or just really want to make things better come hang out with us. We are open to (almost) any talks or locations!Seattle, WA
Upcoming Event Dates: August 31, 2019, September 30, 2019
CFP is open
I'm Attending!August 31, 2019September 30, 2019Export Import Course in Mumbai UTCEtti is one of the best training institute in Mumbai. Government approved courses. Job assistance. Experienced faculty.Updated study materials. We are committed to providing quality training and expertise to those who seek a Career in Export-Import, Shipping Logistics or want to start Export-Import Business. Connect with us for best Export Import Training. Mumbai
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!September 14, 2020September 14, 2020Fusion Photography StudiosUTCContent creator/photographer & digital marketing strategist in Charlotte, NC partnering with couples, families, & small businesses locally & across the globe. Specializes in: weddings, engagement, social media management, video marketing, and much more.
1000 North Carolina Music Factory Blvd Charlotte, North Carolina
I'm Attending!February 04, 2020February 04, 2020GDG East SwedenUTCLocal community-ran meetup for developers interested in the go programming language and/or cloud native technology. Other related topics are welcome as well.
Disclaimer: GDG East Sweden is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation. To learn more about the GDG program, visit https://developers.google.com/groups/Norrköping/Linköping, Sweden
I'm Attending!February 13, 2020February 13, 2020GDG Sacramento Meetup - February-March 2020UTCThe Google Developer Group (GDG) Sacramento provides a forum for anyone in the Sacramento area to meet and discuss Google technologies such as Android, AppEngine, APIs, AngularJS, Polymer, Dart, Go, etc.
We hold monthly meetups at VSP HQ5 in Rancho Cordova on the 2nd Thursday of the month with an average of 30 attendees.
Please complete this form if you're interested in presenting at our monthly meetup. Ideally, we have presentations for about 30 min -to 1 hour including Q&A. Rancho Cordova, CA
I'm Attending!July 18, 2019November 21, 2019Golang NYC MeetupUTCGo Language meetups and more in the greatest city in the world!
Our purpose is to help build the Go community within NYC. We are here to support individuals by providing a safe platform for them to speak, listen, and learn. When not hosting a meetup, we will help promote and support our partner groups and events to help build awareness for all things Go in NYC.
Follow us on twitter at @golangnyc (https://twitter.com/golangnyc).
Our event happens almost every month in NYC. If you see an event live on the [meetup page](https://www.meetup.com/golanguagenewyork/) and want to speak on that day please mention it the the additional information.
If your talk gets selected we will work with you to find the best time to schedule your talk.NYC
I'm Attending!September 16, 2019September 16, 2019HashiCorp User Group IsraelUTCThis group is a place to meet other developers and ops engineers using HashiCorp tools! HashiCorp enables orgs to provision, secure, and run any infrastructure for any application. DevOps engineers use the HashiCorp product suite of Vagrant, Packer, Terraform, Vault, Nomad, and Consul on a daily basis. We want to get these people together to share experiences. Join us to learn more about the HashiCorp product suite, best practices, and how others have solved infrastructure problems with the integration of HashiCorp tools. Learn more about HashiCorp at https://hashicorp.com/Unknown
Upcoming Event Dates: August 23, 2021, August 24, 2021, August 25, 2021, August 26, 2021
CFP is open
I'm Attending!August 23, 2021August 26, 2021IEEE Autonomous Driving AI Test Challenge 2021UTCIntroduction:
Testing autonomous driving vehicles refers to a quality assurance process in which diverse validation activities are performed based on well-defined quality assurance standards and assessment criteria. In a quality validation process, unmanned autonomous driving vehicles are validated at different levels (component, integration, and system) based on the pre-defined quality requirements to assure system quality in algorithms, functions, components, behaviors, connectivity, sensing, performance, intelligence, and decision makings in diverse contexts and conditions. To reduce the cost and increase the testing efficiency in the autonomous driving industry, simulation testing receives increasing attention and effort in recent years. A high-fidelity simulation software usually contains the mathematical representations of the environment, the dynamics of autonomous vehicles and surrounding vehicles, the sensors models, etc., at different levels, and is needed to facilitate the testing and development of autonomous driving systems. In order to perform efficient simulation testing, techniques for optimizing and accelerating testing processes are in great demand.
This challenge is set up as a platform to address this demand, and advocate the importance and need of quality validation and automation for autonomous driverless cars. This platform provides a global competition opportunity for international student teams and professional teams to develop diverse simulation testing techniques and approaches in test scenario generation and automation.
In this challenge, the LGSVL simulator will be used to support simulation testing and execution. LGSVL simulator is a Unity-based autonomous vehicle simulator developed by LG Electronics America R&D Center. The LGSVL simulator can generate various realistic 3D environments by adjusting environmental parameters including maps, weather, traffic, and pedestrians. It can also simulate different sensor outputs, including camera, Lidar, radar, ultrasonic, etc., and lots of virtual sensors to generate ground truth data (e.g. depth, semantic/instance segmentation, 2D/3D bounding box, etc.). Users can generate and test arbitrary edge case scenarios and simulate billions of miles. LGSVL simulator is fully integrated with the open-source platforms Baidu Apollo and Autoware. In this challenge, teams will use LGSVL integrated with Baidu Apollo to generate and evaluate test cases.
The details about LGSVL could be found in the following URLs:
AV Simulation Test Challenge:
The challenge consists of two phases:
1. Training and team selection. During this phase, training materials including tutorial videos, documents, and online Q&A sessions will be delivered to the teams so that the teams will get familiar with the LGSVL simulator.
Available training materials:
Two Q&A / demo sessions
2. Competition. During this phase, teams use the traffic accident/crash database to create scenarios, automation scripts, and UI, and submit for evaluation. The report  done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration discussed the most accident scenario due to human operation according to the data they collected in the past years.
 https://www.nhtsa.gov/sites/nhtsa.dot.gov/files/pre-crash_scenario_typology-final_pdf _version_5-2-07.pdf
Challenge Tasks For Each Team:
1. Form a team and make your challenge registration via the specified challenge platform. Each team can have up to 5 members.
2. Attend challenge training sessions
3. Create specified test simulation scenarios and develop your executive test scripts
4. First phase deliverable - Work on deliverable #1 and submit your challenge project artifacts to the specified challenge platform.
5. Second phase deliverable - Work on deliverable #2 and submit your challenge project artifacts to the specified challenge platform.
6. Final challenge demo and evaluation for selected final teams.
7. Final paper submission and presentation for selected final teams.
Deliverable #1 - Develop specified simulation test scenarios and scripts for a specified route. For details, please refer to the deliverable #1 specification document. (AVTest-Challenge-Deliverable1)
Deliverable #2 – Develop AV simulation test scenarios and scripts based on the given requirements. (see AVTest-Challenge-Deliverable2)
The results will be evaluated based on
1) Test simulation automation in test simulation modeling, auto-script generation, auto-result validation, auto-coverage analysis, and auto-report
2) Models and methodology
3) Simulation demos based on specified routes, scenarios, and rules
4) The number of test simulation scenarios