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Feb 21
Red Hat OpenShift - Enterprise Kubernetes for Microsoft Azure
New Microsoft Office

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You MUST register here:

Containers have revolutionized the DevOps process, transforming how organizations build, ship, and run applications on any infrastructure.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is an enterprise container application platform based on industry standards, Docker, and Kubernetes. Combined with the power of the Microsoft Cloud via Azure, organizations can accelerate moving existing applications to the cloud, speed the time-to-market of new products, and deliver more innovation to customers.

In this workshop, we will discuss how containers solve many of the challenges for development and operations. We will show you how to start taking advantage of the cloud, without rewriting all of your existing applications. We will demonstrate how Microsoft and Red Hat combined can improve speed, scalability, security, innovation, and cost to your IT organization.

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Feb 22
Test-Driven API Development with Django REST Framework
Emma's Bistro Cafe

In addition to a brief PyTennessee 2018 recap (if people are interested) from Bill Israel, this month we have a very special "Lost Talk from PyTN 2018" from Kevin Harvey of axialHealthcare:

The tools available in Django REST Framework allow rapid development of web APIs, and it's easy-to-use wrappers around Django and Python's testing toolkit make it easy to include a comprehensive test suite in any application. Some familiarity with Django itself will help, but this talk is aimed at those new the both Django REST Framework and testing in general.

And a huge thank you to axialHealthcare for sponsoring this month's meetup! Checkout axial's current job openings here:

Nashville VR Meetup
The Wond’ry @ Vanderbilt University

• What we'll do
Join us on the last Thursday of each month for Nashville's VR meetup! We are resurrecting the meetup and have found a generous new host for it: Vanderbilt's new center for innovation, "The Wond'ry" We will provide a few VR setups (Oculus Rift + Vive) and also encourage you to bring any projects of interest (including hardware, if applicable). This meetup is intended for anyone interested in virtual reality, from those who have never experienced it to full time developers. Our goal is to connect the community, foster networking, and pool our creativity to take VR to its full potential.

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Feb 24
MTRAS ~ MidTn Robotic Arts Society Monthly Meetup
Adventure Science Center

*************NOTE MEETING CHANGE FOR FEBRUARY 2018*******
We are moving our meeting from the usual 3rd Saturday to February 24 th. We are not going to have our typical meeting but will be hosting Engineered For Destruction Robot Battles. We will firm up the exact event times as we get closer to the event. Competitors will have 1 lb (antweight) and 3 lb (beetleweight) robots. If you compete, bring your robot to battle, but at a minimum you will want come and spectate. Also, we can use volunteers to help assemble and disassemble the arena.


As you enter the Adventure Science Center(ASC) lobby, look for the sign-in table to the right near the gift shop. An ASC staff person will be at the table between 9:45 -10:15. (You don't need to stand in the line for ASC admission.)

You will sign in and be given a wrist band specific for MTRAS members, and then you may go to Eureka Corner for the meeting. You MUST have a wristband to attend MTRAS meetings and afternoon workshops, and we encourage you to re-use your meeting wristband for the workshop.

Meetings are still free unless you plan on paying to explore the Science Center, which we encourage.


We typically meet on the second floor in the Eureka room,which is in the far right corner as you walk up the steps to the second floor.

message the organizers if you have any questions.

See ya'll there!

Feb 28
Docker EE + K8s
Brentwood Library

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Details TBD

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Mar 6
Open Hack Night

Join us, hang out, get involved! Open Hack Night is a chance to learn and work on civic technology.

Whether you're a developer, designer, project manager, scrum master, community organizer, government official, or none of the above, we'd love to have you're skills and voice here. Building a better government with technology requires a full team of technologists and stakeholders within our community to work together, articulating problems and implementing user centered solutions.

Looking forward to building a better Nashville together!


6:00 - 6:20

Talk with other engaged citizens and stakeholders

6:20 - 6:35

Announcements, project pitches, round-robin introductions

6:35 - ...

Listen, collaborate, discuss, design, write software

Mar 7
PyNash Lunch!

Join us for lunch and Pythonic discussions