Fasten your seatbelts, start your editors, save the date and mark your calendars: On February 19th at around 6:30pm Turbine Kreuzberg's doors will swing open and welcome you to the first chapter of coding stuttgart: meetup zero.
Here's our agenda:
18:30 doors open
19:00 say hello, warm up and introduce yourself
19:15 talk/workshop #1: Andrew, Robert | Develop and deploy your own microservice app in the language of your choice
20:00 snacks galore
20:15 talk #2: Tanay Pant | Tick Tock: What the heck is time-series data?
Andre / Robert | Develop and deploy your own microservice app in the language of your choice (interactive / guided workshop)
Join Andrew Melck and Robert Douglass for a live workshop-demo of Platform.sh. The idea is that anyone can join in and deploy their own microservice and get to know Platform.sh in the process using standard tooling such as git and a shell such as bash or zsh. Due to the limited time available those interested should have signed up for a free Platform.sh trial in advance and to have installed the CLI, uploaded their SSH key. Get your free trial here: https://accounts.platform.sh/platform/trial/general/setup.
Tanay Pant | Tick Tock: What the heck is time-series data?
The rise of IoT and smart infrastructure has led to the generation of massive amounts of complex data. In this session, we will talk about time-series data, the challenges of working with time series data, ingestion of this data using data from NYC cabs and running real time queries to gather insights. By the end of the session, we will have an understanding of what time-series data is, how to build streaming data pipelines for massive time series data using Flink, Kafka and CrateDB, and visualising all this data with the help of a dashboard.
Here are some simple commandments for a good coding meetup and its talks:
- As soon as 1 person is around who doesn't understand German, we switch to English (if you want to give a talk in German, this has to be announced upfront).
- Don't bash one technology in favor of another without giving a *very* concrete reason.
- One demo can spare you 10 slides, so don't be shy and type live – we're all developers, so we'll only laugh at cat pictures and not your code stunts.
- Talks have to be hands on, they must contain at least one line of code and in the best case they're massively supported by demos.
Looking forward to your proposals!
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.
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