Arizona PowerShell April 3rd

See the Video from this session here

Literate DevOps with PowerShell and Jupyter

With a brief overview of Donald Knuth’s decades old concept of literate programming, we’ll get an introduction to it’s modern application to DevOps. Learn how you can create programs, deployment scripts, and automation tools with significantly better documentation by changing your attitude toward the construction of programs: concentrate on explaining to human beings what you want the computer to do. We’ll also look at some related tools, like Binder, Jupyter Hubs and Labs, nteract and Hydrogen, with Atom.

Our Speaker: *Joel “Jaykul” Bennett:* 4Z3R8fYm_400x400[1]

* A little bit about me…

I’m a problem-driven developer: always looking for new challenges that can be solved. I blog, lead user groups, speak, and am, in general, a passionate advocate for quality software, best practices and automation. I’m a 9-time recipient of a Microsoft MVP award for PowerShell and Cloud and DataCenter Management (up for my 10th on the first of July).

Finally, I grew up in Costa Rica, and speak (English and) Spanish fluently.

* Outside of Development and PowerShell…

I love disc golf, soccer, and tinkering: arduino, raspberry pi, anything that will hold solder and might be able to automate away a button push 😉

Where:

Signup here: EventBrite

Tuesday April 3rd, from 5:30 pm – 8 pm Arizona Time ( first 30 minutes reserved for speaker setup and for attendees to  network).  Speaker should start around 6 pm.

Tek Systems 
2625 South Plaza Drive
Suite #301 : 3rd Floor in the main conference room.
Tempe, AZ

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