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by David Eaves
An open source community depends on its capacity to attract people and the efficiency with which it can harness their energy to create great software. While a compelling mission or killer product can be helpful, effective communities must be responsive and efficient in managing the diverse needs and demands of its members.
If you can build a DevOps team from the ground up, what would it look like? How do you hire for DevOps? What tools do you use? What about culture and process? We'll share our experiences from building an operations team designed for DevOps.
In this talk, Steve will explain how to design your APIs so that they truly embrace the web and HTTP. Just as there's an impedance mismatch between our databases, our ORMs, and our models, there's an equal mismatch between our applications, our APIs, and our clients. Pros and cons of this approach will be discussed, as well as why more people aren't building APIs this way yet.
Greenlightforgirls.org ("g4g") is a Brussels-based, international NGO promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics to girls of all ages and backgrounds. We promote female role models from technical sectors to youngsters, and run events which inspire girls to study and pursue careers in technical areas, including computers. With this knowledge, we believe girls will save the world!
g4g will be running a "girls, coding & robots" event at OSCON -- Greenlight@OSCON Days 2012 -- on 18 & 19 July, 10am-4pm, for forty girls ages 11-18, to introduce them to the world of software programming, space and robotics! Programming & astronautical experience not required, so sign your daughter/niece/girlfriend/cousin/grand-daughter up today!! http://bit.ly/g4gOSCONEvent
16th–20th July 2012