In the beginning the earth was flat and Leipzig was at its center. Just kidding, good people, of course earth is a sphere.
So, lets get that thing started. Chapter #1 of coding leipzig, lets call it the "genesis", will happen August 8th. We try to adapt a format that we're familiar with and that's plain tech talks, one line of code shown minimum, no bs accepted. Since there's still some room for growth here I'd suggest to keep things as open as possible in terms of topics.
Here are the talks we're about to hear that evening!
Developing a low-interactive SSH/TCP honeypot using modern sandboxing technologies: A high scalable honeypot system designed to operate on embedded systems like OpenWrt as well as on server farms. The only requirement is a modern Linux Kernel, a C runtime environment and some user space libraries.
LAMP Stack Reloaded - Infrastructure as Code with Terraform & Packer: Why infrastructure as code (IaC) matters & a small intro to the IaC-tooling Terraform (and Packer). In a demo we use Terraform to deploy a good old LAMP Stack into the Cloud by the push of a button.
Local Kubernetes development - who says that you need metal to run a cluster? Tino shows (up to) 3 variants of running a K8S on your own machine so you can simulate workloads locally before rolling them out. A talk that's loaded with a lot of hands on-demos.
If you want to add anything, have got a talk (idea), would like to get in touch with us, ask us anything, we're here for you.
Cheers and see you in August!
All contributions follow our golden "*1 line of code*" rule, so demos and live code will be abound. You don't have to register to get into our stream but if you do, we send you updates (and nothing else) like the final YouTube URL of the stream before the event.