Ansible - simple IT Automation
Gerhard Hipfinger, from openForce, has generously agreed to give almost-the-same talk (see below) he gave as a speaker in the last DevFest.
From the summary:
"This talk presents Ansible, an automation tool for the setup and configuration of servers. It helps to maintain an overview especially in the administration of many servers in the data center or in cloud environments. Ansible allows a quality-assured rollout of software and thus represents an important building block in DevOps concept of business."
Especially for us, will re-work his talk a little, sharing more in-depth Scala-related aspects of this setup. Looking forward to it!
Live-Coding a Raffle-App: the Core
In this session I will show you how to code the "core" of an Raffle-App using TDD and Onion-Architecture principles. Of course all in Scala. Approaches and technologies that will be showcased:
• Sharing of client / server code
Then we'll have a brief discussion about how to this "core" could be integrated in a client/server web-socket / actor based architecture.
The integration itself will be part of an upcoming session, due to time reasons. I think the topics covered above will be enough for one session. I also think that this should make the live-coding session more approachable and easy to follow.
The final app will look like this:
(the final app already exists and will be used, but internally it's a mess - my goal is to clean it up using these clean-code approaches)
If you want to follow along, come prepared with your usual Scala setup.
See you there!
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Stockwerk generously hosts our venue:
openForce is sponsoring the drinks:
JetBrains will sponsor IntelliJ licenses, which you can win in the raffle.
Manning sponsors e-Books, to be won in our raffle.
O'Reilly Verlag sponsors books, to be won in our raffle.