/dev/night - A meetup not only for developers

Why

Ansbach county: Home to many developers and people alike. It is also the home of a new meetup format. Every month on the second Tuesday we come together at the Tradebyte Software GmbH in Ansbach to meet for the /dev/night! Our meetup focuses on sharing knowledge and experiences. We also gather to learn new things through hands on practices and challenges.

Next Meetup

If you've been to one of our events already you should bring a laptop with a fully set up development and testing environment of your choice. If that sounds all new to you just bring your laptop.

This time Stefan will introduce us to service meshes. More specifically he will show us Istio, which is a service mesh living on Kubernetes. Kubernetes is great but it lacks a must have for real world production scenarios. At least if we are talking about your microservice fleet integration over HTTP. Istio visualizes inter-service traffic and also allows you to control that traffic. With this you could do stuff like 5% of the traffic goes to a new service version and rest goes to the old one. You can also see which service depends on which. It also allows you to trace a request as it flows through the mesh and has circuit breaking features.

The best part: You don't need to modify the services themselves! Instead everything is handled by the infrastructure layer.

After the introduction we'll have a demo/workshop so bring your laptops! If you want to prepare your environment you can follow these instructions.

We will also livestream the event!


slack.dev-night.io

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You want to give a talk on the /dev/night?

Awesome! Just visit our talks submission page.

Given talks

No.DateTopicSpeakerSlides
#02813.11.2018/dev/night @ friends - Control the real world with MicroPythonFlorian Snow and Thomas Christlieb
#02716.10.2018/dev/night - Quintet - WebWeek SpecialVladislav Kuznetsov, Mohammad Javidan Darugar, Joseph Varghese, Patrick Reul and Hannes Körber
#02611.09.2018/dev/night - DDD Strategic Design - Predict the future by designing itJochen
#02514.08.2018/dev/night - EuroPython 2018 RecapNiklas, Tino, Fabian and Goran
#02410.07.2018/dev/night - Kafka how deep does the rabbit hole go?@stesie23
#02312.06.2018/dev/night - Drinking some Elixir            Joseph Varghese
#02208.05.2018/dev/night - Kubernetes Deep Dive            Hannes Körber and Vladislav Kuzntsov
#02110.04.2018/dev/night - Serverless durch die Nacht@stesie23
#02006.03.2018/dev/night - quartet - #WueWW specialStanislau Saprankou, Andreas Rodriguez Rivera, Emmanuel-Jelome Fonseca and @niklas_heer
#01913.02.2018Twisted Game of Life@niklas_heer
#01809.01.2018Global Game Jam - WarmupFabian Ihl
#01712.12.2017No password no cryJochen Christ
#01614.11.2017Workout for your TDDMartin Jainta
#01510.10.2017Introduction to AngularMaximilian Berghoff
#01412.09.2017Riding the whale (Docker)Jochen Christ
#01308.08.2017Introduction to ReactFlorian Drechsler
#01211.07.2017Don't rest on REST (Swagger)Fabian and @niklas_heer
#01113.06.2017Introduction to elm@stesie23
#01016.05.2017WebWeek SpecialRobert Gross, Martin Jainta, Markus Tacker, Richard Stromer, Sujay Kher, Daniel Meier and Fabian Ihl
#00911.04.2017Summer Jam@niklas_heer
#00814.03.2017hexagonal architecturePatrick
#00714.02.2017SOLID-Prinzipien@sd_alt
#00617.01.2017Global Game Jam - VorbereitungAkuryou
#00513.12.2016Christmas Hack@niklas_heer
#00408.11.2016TDD++ - "Wie schreibe ich testbaren Code?"@stesie23
#00311.10.2016TDD (Test Driven Development)@sd_alt
#00213.09.2016CQRS/ES (Command Query Responsibility Segregation und Event Sourcing)@stesie23
#00109.08.2016Transaction Patterns@niklas_heer

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