Its that time of month when DevOps Exchange London has been and gone again. After yet another great event we have the slides and videos up for those who wish to relive it or simply didn't make it! We had the usual tech talks, 3 x 20 minutes from 3 very interesting speakers which gave us a view into their practices.
After yet another fantastic #DOXLON Meetup last week, its that time again for the round up videos and slides! This time around, we were kindly hosted by Moonfruit, in their amazing oxford circus offices. Again the Meetup featured 3 x 20 minute talks, this time on Continuous Delivery. We were highly entertained by all speakers (including Stevens laptop!) and everyone learnt a lot. The Meetup group currently stands with 650 members, join it here in order to be at the next event!
It's that time again, here are the videos and slides from DevOps Exchange London last week! The Meetup featured some fantastic talks ranging from docker networking, to building a high performance time series database from the ground up. We were kindly hosted by the Rainmaking Loft this time, located in St Katharine Docks there were plenty of great views to take in. Finally, everything ran smoothly, thanks to the big help from our friends at Linux Recruit.
Last week we organized our second DevOps Exchange meetup which we sponsored alongside StackExchange, who also hosted the event at their shiny new London offices near Old Street. Since our first meetup a couple of months ago, the meetup has quickly grown to over 270 members, making us officially London's 2nd largest DevOps specific meetup. We think by the time we hold our next event in less than a month, we'll probably be the largest, which is great traction for a meetup we only started in January!
Last week we organized our first DevOps Exchange meetup which we sponsored alongside Equal Experts. Although there are other DevOps meetups in London (for which we're regular attendees of) we decided to host our own after talking to lots of companies that wanted to get into DevOps but didn't know where to start. Many of the current meetups tend to be for experienced DevOps people in our opinion, and although we don't plan to be the meetup for beginners, we hope we can give at least one introduction talk to beginners (and their bosses) at each meetup to bring more people into this highly demanded field.