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Tech Hill Commons

500 Interstate Boulevard South
Nashville, TN, us (map)

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  • Wednesday
    Oct 17 2018
    Nash Hack Weekathon - Tech Stack Planning Consultation

    Come see in real-time what it’s like to consider tech stack options when planning a new project. Local experts will consult with the four featured teams who won the Pitch Competition about their project plans. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to learn more about tech stack planning and how it’s applied to real projects.

    The four teams will ask questions and receive consultation to improve their project idea through the lense of tech stack planning; alongside the teams, you get to learn about the tech stack planning process and translate the consultants’ advice to your own personal or professional projects.

    Schedule: 6:00 - 6:30: Opening mixer 6:30 - 6:40: Intro to evening 6:40 - 7:25: First consulting session with 2 teams 7:25 - 7:35: Break 7:35 - 8:15: Second consulting session with 2 teams 8:15 - 9:00: Closing mixer

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  • Tuesday
    Oct 16 2018
    Nash Hack Weekathon - UX Design Consultation

    Come see in real-time what it’s like to consider UX design when planning a new project. Local experts will consult with the four featured teams who won the Pitch Competition about their project plans. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to learn more about UX design and how it’s applied to real projects.

    The four teams will ask questions and receive consultation to improve their project idea through the lense of UX design; alongside the teams, you get to learn about the UX design process and translate the consultants’ advice to your own personal or professional projects.

    Schedule:

    6:00 - 6:30: Opening mixer 6:30 - 6:40: Intro to evening 6:40 - 7:25: First consulting session with 2 teams 7:25 - 7:35: Break 7:35 - 8:15: Second consulting session with 2 teams 8:15 - 9:00: Closing mixer

    This consulting session is organized by Nashville UX.

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  • Monday
    Oct 15 2018
    Nash Hack Weekathon - Product Design Consultation

    Come see in real-time what it’s like to consider product design when planning a new project. Local experts will consult with the four featured teams who won the Pitch Competition about their project plans. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to learn more about product design and how it’s applied to real projects.

    The four teams will ask questions and receive consultation to improve their project idea through the lense of product design; alongside the teams, you get to learn about the product design process and translate the consultants’ advice to your own personal or professional projects.

    Schedule: 6:00 - 6:30: Opening mixer 6:30 - 6:40: Intro to evening 6:40 - 7:25: First consulting session with 2 teams 7:25 - 7:35: Break 7:35 - 8:15: Second consulting session with 2 teams 8:15 - 9:00: Closing mixer

    This consulting session is organized by Nashville Product Meetup.

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  • Tuesday
    Apr 10 2018
    Incidents & Accidents with guest speaker, Matt Stratton

    *April's Meetup will be on a Tuesday instead of our usual Friday series to accommodate our guest speaker, who is also in town for Drupal Con.

    In the course of #opslife, we run into production incidents. How do we best manage them to avoid 3 am misery? Matt Stratton of PagerDuty joins us to talk about just that.

    “Is there any strong objection?” - How to have a (relatively) stress-free time during an outage.

    Major outages, incident calls, war rooms, whatever you want to label them, can be stressful and frustrating experiences. However, we aren't the only industry to have run into these problems. What can we learn from others on how to have a relatively stress free experience? How can we shorten the time that it takes to get back to a working state when things are broken?

    This talk will provide some comparisons to responses in other industries, and then go through several patterns and processes any team or company can use to have a quick, visible, and easy time responding to problems.

    Matt Stratton is a DevOps Evangelist at PagerDuty, where he helps dev and ops teams advance the practice of their craft and become more operationally mature. He is the founder and co-host of the popular Arrested DevOps podcast, he collaborates with PagerDuty customers and industry thought leaders in the broader DevOps community, and his license plate actually says “DevOps”.

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  • Friday
    Mar 16 2018
    NashDevOps

    We will populate this area as we confirm this meetup's agenda.

    Look forward to seeing you there!

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  • Friday
    Feb 16 2018
    February NashDevOps MeetUp - Ansible Deep Dive

    This meetup will be focused around Red Hat Ansible and will include the following:
    Fundamentals of Ansible
    Understanding Ansible Tower
    Ansible Ecosystem
    Technical Demo

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  • Friday
    Jun 2 2017
    June NashDevOps MeetUp - Breakouts Part 2

    This month, we will continue the format we used last month by selecting the 3-4 most popular topics you want to discuss and then form breakout groups to focus on these topics.

    Come hungry and thirsty! 

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  • Tuesday
    May 30 2017
    Google i/o Retrospective

    In this meeting we'll highlight and discuss some of the revelations from the Google i/o conference, which will have taken place on Google's Mountain View, CA campus May 16 - 19.  Generally Google makes most of its major announcements during this conference, include new features of Android, machine learning innovations, and cool stuff like wearables and self-driving cars.

    Nashville Mobile Developers usually meets monthly on the last Tuesday of the month.  We meet to discuss innovations in mobile development, and will generally have someone from a local company who's got something awesome to show off.

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  • Thursday
    May 25 2017
    Discussion & Mixer: What happens when the government hides its data?

    Cynthia Villacis, Director of Polling at icitizen

    Cynthia Villacis, Director of Polling at icitizen

    Hey! Things continue to get weird. When you get a second, try and access http://data.whitehouse.gov. It was emptied of all data sets earlier this year, and now the domain itself is inaccessible.

    So we're going to talk about it! Join us, the Online News Association, and the Society of Professional Journalists for an evening of conversation and mingling at Tech Hill Commons. We'll host a panel discussion featuring Robyn Mace, CDO of Nashville , and others (TBA). Reception to follow. We'll have a cooler full of beer and a bunch of those little Milano cookies. You know? The chocolate shortbread ones?

    We'll try and cover three main topics:

    What does the fed hiding its data imply for lower levels of government and the way they make decisions about transparency?
    What kind of effects can we expect to see cascade down across government and non profits?
    What do we do now?

    Panelists

    Robyn Mace, CDO of the City

     Cynthia Villacis, Director of Polling at icitizen

    More to come!

    Doors at 5:30pm, content at 6pm, mixer at 7pm.

    Thanks to our venue hosts at the Nashville Tech Council and our co-hosts at the ONA.

    Come hang out!

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  • Friday
    May 5 2017
    May NashDevOps MeetUp - The Return of the Breakouts

    This month, we will return to a breakout style format in true 'Open Spaces' form.

    We'll be asking for topics of interest at the door and the most popular 3-4 topics will be selected for breakout discussions around the room.

    Food and beer (in true NashDevOps fashion) will be served, so bring your co-worker(s) and some topics of interest.

    See you there!

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