Open Source Developer Meeting #6 – Data and DevOps

In Open Source Developer Meeting #6, we invites 3 speakers to share about data & devops topics in the evening, including OpenWhisk, Kubernetes, Scrapy & Django.

We will serve Pizza and drinks from 7:00pm, thanks for IBM HK to sponsor meeting #6.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: It is very full in event registration tonight data and devops meeting. Due to limited space at The Hive, if it still have few standing space from 7:30pm, we will allow walkin withOUT eventbrite pre-registration.

Open Source Developer Meeting #6 – Data and DevOps

Date: 18 September 2017, Monday.
Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Venue: the Hive Wan Chai co-working space, 21/F The Phoenix, 23 Luard Road, Wan Chai. (Google Map)

Registration:

Topics:
– A look at OpenWhisk for serverless computing and dark data (Ying-ki Wu*)
– Automating deployment, Scaling and Management of containerized applications Platform – Kubernetes –  for Cloud Workloads (Louie Ching)
– From web to json: web scraping for your web app  (Sammy Fung)

Sponsor: IBM HK

Organisers: Open Source Hong Kong and Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association.
* Speaker is changed to Mr Wu.

Sammy Fung

Mr Sammy Fung is President and Founder of Open Source Hong Kong. He establish online community of Open Source Hong Kong in 2006, and its activities in 2010. Sammy starts his contributions in open source community in 1997, he is co-founder and founding chairman of Hong Kong Linux User Group. In 2011, Sammy also participates in open source community across Asia, he joins GNOME Asia committee in 2012, and becomes first Mozilla representative for Hong Kong in 2013. Sammy is a Python developer, open source contributer, and tech writier. He is experienced in Data Science, Django, Scrapy. GitHub / Twitter: @sammyfung Affiliates: - GNOME Asia: Committee Member. - GNOME Foundation: Member. - Mozilla: Mozilla Represenative. - Hong Kong Python User Group (HKPUG): Organiser. - Python Software Foundation: Member.

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