What is Apache Mesos? What is Mesosphere’s Marathon? How do they work and work together? As a developer, how can I wire these up in order to execute applications in a compute environment? Mesos is a cluster manager that abstracts computing resources away from machines enabling both fault tolerance and distributed elastic systems. Marathon enables orchestration for Docker containers, including persistence and high availability. The combination of these three software packages enables a proven framework for container orchestration and high compute resource utilization over large node clusters. Read more about Mesos, Marathon, and Docker
What is blockchain technology?How does it work and what applications exist?As a developer, how do I get started implementing my own blockchain? Blockchain, the underlying technology in cryptocurrency is all the hype right now with some cryptocurrency values skyrocketing over 1500% last year! Let’s discuss how blockchain works and how it is useful in markets beyond cryptocurrency. Learn how to get started implementing your own blockchain! “Email is to the internet as cryptocurrency is to the blockchain. Read more about Learn About Blockchains
What’s Docker? How does it differ from a VM? How does this differ from a process manager? In this talk we’ll cover: what Docker is, how it differs in given environments, and how you can benefit from containers today. I’ll briefly touch on docker-compose to prepare you for a talk on Docker orchestration. Read more about Hypervisors, VMs, and containers oh my!
Progressive web apps (PWAs) close the gap and blur the lines between native apps and web apps. Daniel will introduce PWAs, including service workers, push notifications, app icons, offline capabilities, the app manifest, and browser support. He will also discuss practical applications and case studies to give business insight into this newer technology. Daniel Black is an Android Software Engineer with Carsforsale.com - Thit Team Read more about Progressive Web Apps with Daniel Black
Production can be a scary environment. Sometimes things are working great and sometimes they’re a complete dumpster fire. How do you know your current status? How do you know where your problem is or which server is causing the degradation? In this talk we’ll discuss a journey from no application performance monitoring(apm) to “good enough to troubleshoot today” apm and where we continued after our tire fire was turned back into a normal day. Read more about Knowing things work instead of thinking things work
DocuTAP will be hosting a HapiJS workshop on Tues Oct 25th. Bring your own laptop, newcomers to nodejs or web development are welcome. We’ll have a few people with experience in nodejs available to help explain exercises and their solutions available. https://github.com/hapijs/makemehapi Read more about HapiJS Workshop
Taking a look at the current state of Android development, I hope to get you started building apps on the platform with powerful but sometimes unconventional techniques including:- UI components- Dependency Injection- Reactive Extensions- UI Libraries (ButterKnife / Databinding) Read more about Android Development