February 8, 2017
Welcome to 2017! As winter is holding Berlin in it’s icy grip, we have come up with a few things you could do in February to keep yourself warm and busy at the same time.
Though we might have been a bit quiet in January, we have used this month to prepare a few events for February that you should definitely consider joining – and not just for the benefit of our working heaters.
Check out what you should put in your calendar:
Hands on Habitat Workshop – 9th February, 5pm-8pm
Join us and our friends from Chef for a free workshop to get to know Chef’s Open Source project for application automation. It simplifies container management by packaging applications in a compact, atomic, and easily auditable format that makes it easier to deploy your application on various container runtimes. It also helps you run stateful application services on cloud instances, VMs, or bare metal. Find out more and RSVP here.
Debian Bug Squashing Party – 25th/26th February, 1pm-6pm (yes, on the Sunday)
To clear the path for a quality release of the upcoming Debian stretch, Endocode is happy to invite everyone to this hacking sprint. Theme of the event is contribute to the Open Source community by fixing as many bugs as possible. Oh and have some food, drinks and fun please. Find out more and RSVP here.
Kubernetes Meetup – 28th February, 6pm-9pm
We’re kicking of the Kubernetes Berlin Meetups of 2017 with a presentation on architecture patterns by Endocode’s CTO Thomas Fricke. There are some open spots for lightning talks or another presentation. Seats are filling up fast, so if you want to join or if you want to give a talk find out more and RSVP here.
That’s it for now. But at this point, it seems like the winter is still long enough to find a few excuses to get together and keep busy.