Saturday, February 16, 2019, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Intro To DevOps
Show up at 9AM or so for class prep if you haven't yet installed the prereqs, socialize, food, class begins proper at 10AM. Fresh baked goods and coffee will be provided all day, pizza for lunch will be provided as well!
Please go to REG LINK to officially reg for the class
$128 pay in advance or PWYW* the day of
(Want to attend but need some funding help? Indicate this on the REG FORM below!)
We'll use Linux, Bash, Git, Gitlab, Docker, and AWS to create minimum viable DevOps continuous integration pipelines on our laptops. This class is based on content created by Aaron Brown, systems engineer and VP of DevOps at Flowhub.com. Aaron will be on-hand for questions and discussion.
Also some talk about learning through community, collaboration, and the concept of teaching others as learning/career development.
Linux/Bash basics - the tildae, paths, tab completion, command history, variables, command substitution
Git and Gitlab - ssh keys / authentication, GitLab API, local git directory, git commands, git clone, working with repos, continuous integration features
Docker - terms, test, Dockerfile, Docker build, Docker run, make webserver w/ Docker
AWS cloud infrastructure on free tier - authentication, Elastic IP, Cloud Formation, EC2
willingness to get up on Saturday morning, leave your home, and take a class all day with friendly dedicated people you may not know well, or at all... and these
Q: Who is this class for?
A: LEARNERS who are one or more of the following (no particular order):
- MID-CAREER IT PROS - update skill set, fill gaps, continuous learning
- TEACHERS OF IT OR ASPIRING - regardless of IT skill level, your interest is in the idea of teaching as a way of learning, networking with the like-minded
- DEVELOPERS - want or need to understand the IT infrastructure part of the equation better for career development
- CURIOUS - would like a gentle hands-on intro to determine if this is a good career path... don't want to rely solely on google or other online tutorials to figure that out
- TEAM MANAGERS - take or send someone to the class - even if not on the keyboard as much, this will be beneficial
[NOTES]: a little experience with linux basics prior to class helps but is not necessary
employers will often pay for this kind of learning if asked
Silvia Briscoe - Network sales engineer at F5, Software Freedom School leadership
https://www.linkedin.com/in/silviawessels/ ... http://www.sofree.us/directory.html ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ER6A0EnnB0
Kim Schlesinger - Site Reliability Engineer at ReactiveOps, former Director of Instruction and full stack developer at Galvanize, co-founder of
Diversity, new Software Freedom School teacher
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimschlesinger/ ... https://kimschlesinger.com/... https://github.com/kimschles
Anthony Sayre - Account Executive at Advanced Systems Group [ASG], former technical account manager, Software Freedom School leadership, organizer of IT for Non-Traditional Learners meetup (IT-NTL)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthony-sayre-1a92263a/ ... http://www.sofree.us/directory.html ... https://www.meetup.com/it-ntl/
Aaron Brown (class TA) - Software Architect, VP DevOps Flowhub, Software Freedom School leader
https://www.linkedin.com/in/aayore/ ... http://www.sofree.us/directory.html ... https://gitlab.com/aayore/
[notes]: original class content and delivery - Aaron Brown: veteran IT admin, engineer, architect, teacher, mentor, team-manager in Denver
[price]: suggested $128 or PWYW
What we're about
The Software Freedom School exists to teach the world how to use and why to choose free software.
David L. Willson and Heather L. Willson started SFS in 2013 to help teach the world free software and to feed the whole student, mind (techie classes), body (delicious food), and spirit (libre software). We host Software Freedom First Saturday at the SFS HQ or Englewood Public Library: From 11am - 3pm you can learn about free software.
There are other events throughout the month and activities you can become involved in: Linux Camp and Study Groups to name a couple.
Our ideal members, via Meetup, are people, just like you, looking to learn more about freedom in the software community. It could be a new graduate, a person looking to change careers, someone who is super savvy but has been using the proprietary software for too long!
We are a community based company in the Denver area. We want to partner with hacker-spaces, maker-spaces, LUG's, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and small, free schools like us. Our goal is to teach the world how to use and why to choose free software and it would be wonderful if you joined us!
We look forward to meeting you and are excited for you to be part of the libre community!