fabric8 going to America - Microservices day in Atlanta and Minneapolis

I have just got all my flight tickets and hotel bookings confirmed and are set for going to America in early October.

Red Hat is hosting two Microservices days in Atlanta and Minneapolis. They have titled the event:

... which is a title I really like ;)

The event is a full day event, where fabric8 and friends are speaking about the technologies and projects we work on.

James, Claus, and other speakers will discuss topics including: Kubernetes for Java developers, microservices with Apache Camel, microservices workflow, Integrated Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS), and API-centric architectures.

I will bring along some of my fellow fabric8 colleagues: James Strachan, James Rawlings and Rob Davies from the EU, and we are joined by Christian Posta from the states. And I am sure Christian bring along a number of copies of his recent book: Microservices for Java Developers. And if you ask him I am sure he will also sign the book. I am still waiting for a chance myself to get hand on a hardcopy of the book.

We will be in Atlanta first, where the event take place on Tuesday 4th of October followed by the event in Minneapolis hosted on Thursday 6th of October.

I am glad to be visiting the state of Georgia again, where I spoke at the DevNexus conference five years ago. Minneapolis will be my first visit to the state of Minnesota. Minneapolis got my attention recently when I learned that Metallica played a rock concert there in what I assume is a new/rebuild stadium - feel free to correct me.

I have previously blogged about these kind of events such as last time we went to New York.

Hope to see you at either of the events, and we love to chat, and also share a beer.
You can find more details about the event, venue, and time at the event page.

PS: Yes you would need to register if you are going. The event page has more details.

PPS: If you need accommodation, then we are staying in the Hotel Indigo in Atlanta, and Hilton Garden Inn in Minneapolis. I am not aware of any discount code for hotels.


Jay said...

Please post the video online.
Looking forward forward for your speech!

Jay said...

Please upload the presentation online.
I am looking forward for your speech!