Only a few days left until Chemnitzer Linuxtage open their gates. It’s one of the biggest Linux and Free Software events in Germany — maybe in whole Europe. The event mainly focuses on Free Software, the community aroundt it, and people doing great stuff with it.
There will be many users and developers giving talks and workshops, and of course some businesses, too. This is a good chance to get in contact with people involved in and behind your project or get in touch with new ideas and techniques. We’ll be around there, too and share our experiences and get new impulses: we’d be happy to seeyou during our talks about batou and backy.
Continue reading Stopover at the Chemnitzer LinuxTage
Die Anmeldung zu unserem ersten Developer Workshop ist ab sofort möglich.
Die Registrierung der Teilnahme erfolgt über unsere Meetup-Gruppe: Flying Circus Workshops
Die Teilnahmegebühr beträgt 100 € (zzgl. MwSt.) pro Person.
Die Teilnehmerzahl ist auf 10 begrenzt.
Folgenden Themen haben es in den Mai-Termin geschafft:
- Anwendungsdeployment mit batou
- Performance-Probleme analysieren
- Übersicht über die Flying-Circus-Plattform
- Load-Balancing und Hochverfügbarkeit
Continue reading Developer Workshop 24. Mai 2016 in Halle
NixCon 2015 has been an amazing event for me. So many smart folks around, good talks, interesting discussions. I would like to share some notes about what I took away from the conference. Continue reading Impressions from NixCon Berlin
It was a joy to be at DevOpsDays 2015 in Berlin. The community did a great job in organizing the conference. The location was nice and the evening event, taking place in a beautiful old Wilhelminian style flat, provided a good atmosphere for enlightening discussions.
I was impressed by the program as well as the mindset of the audience because it was different from what you might expect from a typical conference where technology is the focus. Continue reading DevOpsDays 2015 Berlin – good principles start gaining ground
I have not been at a Plone Conference since 2004. Things back then where a bit different: the location was a discotheque, not a Hotel. It was sponsored only by companies deeply involved with Plone, not by large corporations. It was a lot less diverse. Continue reading Coming Home: PloneConf 2015
Our 2015 DevOps sprint is over. It was a great time with all of you. Here is a brief summary of what has happened. Continue reading DevOps-Sprint: Review
In a few weeks we’ll have our traditional Autumn DevOps sprint and if you have not heard about it yet – you’re definitely invited and we’d love if you join us. The sprint starts on Wednesday, September 30 and runs until Friday, October 2nd. We’ll conclude the sprint with a big garden party, so if you join us, make sure you stay until Saturday. 🙂
As the sprint is managed in true open source community fashion, you can find detailed information and the chance to sign up on our meetup page.
Looking forward to meeting you!