North Boston Azure Cloud User Group
Tuesday, November 28 at 6:00 PM
Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the more recent buzzwords bandied about, one of those technologies that everyone thinks everyone else knows more ab…
Sunday, December 3 at 12:00 AM
“Narrowing the skills gap, one chapter at a time.” NOTE: This virtual self-study group will be led by Sunday Olaoye, Senior Percolator. Learn more a…
Monday, December 4 at 7:00 PM
Android developers get together for informal discussion of mobile technologies. Everyone is welcome, all interests and skill levels. Stop by to talk a…
AnDevCons are the leading technical conferences for software developers building Android apps. More than 800 software developers and IT managers from across the globe attend each event. The East Coast event moves to Washington D.C for 2017 and the West Coast event moves into San Francisco proper, with new programs being added to refresh the brand
Tue Dec 5 @ 6:00-8:30 at NERD – featured topic: continuing our multi-perspective look at Serverless computing in Azure, Juan Pablo from Microsoft will be digging into Logic Apps + Azure Functions. The opening topic will be the second in a series of talks looking at DevSecOps in Azure, this one focusing on Policies in Azure, presented by Bill. Hope to see you there! @bostonazure Location • NERD @ One Memorial Drive, 1st floor • Be sure to bring government-issued photo ID for admittance to the building Agenda • 6:00 – 6:30 – Gather, grab a bite, and socialize • 6:30 – 7:00 – DevSecOps in Azure: Policies (Bill Wilder) 7:00 – 8:15 – Azure Logic Apps + Azure Functions (Juan Pablo) • 8:15 – 8:30 – Q&A, announcements • 8:30 – … – maybe get a social beverage locally Sponsor TBD – ANY Food (or pizza) sponsor SUGGESTIONS?? Please contact Bill at codingoutloud (gmail or twitter) or comment on this page Talk Descriptions Featured Talk: Azure Logic Apps & Azure Functions Serverless compute helps developers focus on solutions rather than infrastructure to make it easier to build logic solutions. Typically, this kind of solution has 2 major subsystems: Services and orchestrators. Services implements logic actions and orchestrators implements the logic process. In this session, you will learn how to use Logic Apps for orchestration and Azure Function actions in a consistent way. About Juan Pablo Juan Pablo Garcia is a Principal Cloud Architect with Microsoft. He previously worked as a Solution Architect at Dell. Juan Pablo on a regular basis works with large Microsoft customer leadership and development team to guide them move their IT infrastructure and software to Microsoft cloud. He is a regular speaker in many Microsoft and industry conferences. Juan Pablo received an Electronics Engineering Degree from Mayor University and IT Master Degree from Federico Santa Maria University. Juan Pablo’s twitter @liarjo — Opening Act: Boosting DevSecOps with Azure Policies DevSecOps is a mindset that helps you maintain secure practices while scaling an engineering effort. In this series of talks (over multiple meetings, this being the second), we’ll look at some of the Azure capabilities that help keep you scalable and secure. In this installment, we’ll look at the role of Azure Policies in keeping your infrastructure properly configured, and how this drives both operational efficiency and operational security. About the speaker: Bill Wilder is Boston Azure founder, Azure MVP, author of Cloud Architecture Patterns, co-author (with Maura) of two Cloud Academy courses including one on Azure Security, and CTO at Finomial.
The Boston Network Users Group was founded in December, 1986 and has been serving IT professionals and nonprofessionals since then with monthly meetings on current technical topics and other events. The group is entirely volunteer-run and charges no membership fees (we never have and don’t intend to change).
Our meetings are open to members and nonmembers, for no charge, usually on the first Tuesday of the month. We hold board meetings usually on the third Tuesday of the month and welcome (and encourage) all interested to join us. Consult our web page and our meetup site (www.meetup.com/b-n-u-g) for information.
Boston PowerShell User Group
Tuesday, December 5 at 7:00 PM
We are organizing our very first PowerShell Hackathon on December 5th in the Boston Seaport at District Hall. The event space, beer and food are all c…
Windows Boston (BAWSUG)
Wednesday, December 6 at 6:00 PM
Topic: Securing your Web Application in Azure with a Web Application Firewall Presenter: Jason Haley (Microsoft Azure MVP) Do you have a Web Applica…
Wednesday, December 6 at 7:00 PM
Speaker: Zev Eisenberg. Topic: Swift Juggling Simulator Zev Eisenberg will present a work-in-progress juggling simulator he’s writing in Swift. Inclu…
FOSS User Group in Natick, Massachusetts
|The FOSS User Group meets 3-6PM on the 1st Thursday of most months (but 2nd Thursday in January, July and September) at the Natick Community-Senior Center at 117 East Central Street/Route 135 (508/647-6540) in Room 125, the 1st-floor Classroom.
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Show up by 3PM for an introductory slide talk, and feel free to bring your laptop computer.
Agile New England is the leading community of Agile enthusiasts, practitioners and learners in New England. Our meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of every month 6:00pm – 9:00pm at the Constant Contact in Waltham, MA. The main presentation is generally from 7:05pm – 8:20pm, with Agile 101 courses, food, and networking before, and announcements and more networking after. Registration is required for most events, so please register here.
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