Note the change of venue this month. If the weather is good, we will grab a table on the back patio, otherwise we will likely be upstairs. Please ask at the bar if you can’t find us.
CoderCamp Hamilton is a monthly meetup / mini-conference for local software developers to learn tools, techniques, and technologies from one another in a casual and friendly setting. We meet to talk about coding, software development, and technology to learn from each other and get better at what we do in the process.
Meg recently had the opportunity to develop a lot of visual, educational Kubernetes content for Manifold.co. The only problem? She had zero prior experience in Container Orchestration. In this lightning fast patio talk, she’s going to flail her hands wildly and talk about that experience: what it’s like to distill a complex system out of an engineer’s head across six time zones with some takeaways on how you can do the same.
Meg (@megthesmith) is a graphic designer at Manifold.co and also one of the Hamilton Chapter Co-Leads of Canada Learning Code. When she’s not doing that, you can find her making art, growing tasty things in her garden and enjoying all the best outdoor spots in Hamilton.
We are looking for future speakers or lightning talks. If you would like to talk, get in touch with Bryan Poetz (@bpoetz) or Rob Prouse (@rprouse).
Interested in giving a presentation? You can show up on the evening and hope there is time for your talk, or you can email email@example.com and we’ll add you to the list of scheduled talks.
Please register. If enough people are coming then we need to tell the bar to bring in another staff member.