The Boston MySQL Meetup Group
Monday, October 15 at 7:00 PM
TiDB is an open source distributed scalable hybrid transactionaland analytical processing (HTAP) database built by PingCAP. It alsospeaks the MySQL p…
Boston New Technology
Tuesday, October 16 at 6:00 PM
21+. Join Boston New Technology at Dassault Systemes / Solidworks to: – See 7 innovative and exciting local Health and Medical technology demos, prese…
Price: 15.00 USD
Tuesday, October 16 at 6:00 PM
The US has been in full employment for the past few years, yet why is it so hard for Millennials to get a living wage? Join me in “Cracking the Tech C…
We are a group of software developers and architects primarily in the Boston area that get together and discuss various topics about Patterns, .NET, SQL, and anything else that interests us (The Boston .NET Architecture Group was formerly known as the Boston Code Brew). In December, 2014, we celebrated our 10th Anniversary as a group!
A guided tour of QualityBox, a MediaWiki hosting service
Details at http://blu.org/cgi-bin/calendar/2018-oct
The Boston Office 365 User Group is a community focused on sharing knowledge around Microsoft’s Office 365’s ever-growing, always changing suite of technologies. The group will focus on every level of interest, from those who are just “kicking the tires” to business users, Office 365 administrators and IT pros.
Microsoft Azure has emerged as one of the dominant public cloud platforms for developers and IT pros. But what are the tools to help us keep applications stay safe and secure? In this Azure-focused talk on RUNNING AZURE SECURELY we’ll cover around 18 of them. AGENDA 6:00-6:30 – Pizza, socialize6:30-8:00 – Running Azure Securely8:00-8:15 – Q&A, announcements, wrap-up RUNNING AZURE SECURELY Microsoft Azure has emerged as one of the dominant public cloud platforms for developers and IT pros. But what are the tools to help us keep applications stay safe and secure? In this Azure-focused talk, we’ll cover 18 of them. We’ll warm up with a couple of high-level topics like compliance and multi-factor authentication, move on to security features of more popular services (like Storage, SQL, Web Apps, and VMs) including some that many long-time users don’t know about, then shift gears to talk about security-focused services that have come out recently or are in preview. Topics we’ll touch on will span administration, secret management, encryption, firewalls, networks, PowerShell, and more. Along the way we’ll even dispel a couple of myths about cloud security. You’ll walk away impressed with the breadth and depth of Azure’s security story – and have a bunch of new tools for your security toolbox. ABOUT THE SPEAKER Bill Wilder is a cloud computing veteran, with deep expertise in the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, with a technology focus on public cloud, distributed systems architecture, and application security. Since 2014, Bill has been CTO at Finomial, an early stage SaaS company serving the global hedge fund industry from the cloud. Prior to that, Bill consulted as a hands-on architect to giant corporations (including Microsoft), mid-sized companies, and startups, helping them execute on the cloud by providing architecture guidance, Azure training, and custom development. Bill began working with the Azure cloud platform the day it was unveiled at the Microsoft PDC in 2008 and subsequently founded, in October 2009, Boston Azure, the oldest Azure-focused community user group in the world. Bill is the author of the book Cloud Architecture Patterns (O’Reilly Media, 2012) which explains patterns and concepts core to understanding how to most effectively use public cloud platforms such as those from Microsoft, Amazon, and Google. Bill is recognized by Microsoft as a Microsoft Azure MVP, a reflection of his Azure cloud expertise, a willingness to share it, and community leadership.
Boston PowerShell User Group
Thursday, October 18 at 6:00 PM
Join Rob Pleau (https://twitter.com/rjpleau) for a bit on PowerShell Core: Windows PowerShell has been around for over 10 years. In that time it has g…
Monday, October 22 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…
topics coming soon – after space is confirmed (we are waiting to hear from WeWork) Will NOT BE oct 3, but might be oct 31 — tentative/pending until we get final confirmation from WeWork Is that a bad night because it is Halloween?