There’s a good chance that you have projects running on a server somewhere. What happens if that server gets accidentally erased, or if you need to spin up an identical server? Even if you have backups, you’ll still need to spend precious time setting things back up the way you had them – and there’s no telling if you’ll get it exactly right. That’s where this powerful dev tooling combo comes into play. By using Ansible, Packer, and Terraform, you can automate this entire process, getting as granular as you need to be.
In this talk, we’ll review what Ansible, Packer, and Terraform are individually, as well as how you can use them together. As a demo, we’ll be automating the creation and deployment of a digital ocean droplet that’s pre-configured to run a fun personal-project website.
In this talk, Aaron will review what it?s like to be a developer, his day-to-day, when you would use different languages, some basics that all programming languages have (variables, looping, functions, etc.), important aspects of coding in a team environment, and then segue into an overview about some the more common strategies of programming: object-oriented, procedural, and functional.
Python and Ruby share a lot of similarities both syntactically and by design – probably moreso than most other common languages you hear about today – but they’re clearly different languages with different ways of doing things.
In this talk, you’ll hear Aaron Krauss (aka “The Ruby Guy”) talk about how Ruby works compared to Python. Most of the presentation will be live-coding driven, and if you have specific questions about how Ruby works, Aaron will be more than happy to interactively answer them and code them out. This talk will be completely unbiased – which means you should come with that mentality in mind as well! Neither Ruby nor Python are “better” than the other – they’re just different, and that’s what we’ll be focusing on!
F# is a functional programming language that runs within the .NET framework. In this talk, we’ll learn what it means to be a functional language and how F# ties this together with the rest of the .NET framework. Everything will be live-coded, so you’ll get to see exactly how things work as they’re coded out. This talk is very beginner friendly to both functional and .NET development alike – so come join us!
There are tons of valuable tags you should be placing within the <head> tag that can really make your site more valuable, accessible, and help showcase it on social media platforms before people even click on links to your site. In this talk, we?re going to go through which tags you should absolutely be placing in the <head> tag of your site if you want to get the maximum exposure and shareability possible. All of these are <meta> tags ? with the exception of one ? and the majority of them are related to how links to your site will render when shared on various social media platforms.