Who has two thumbs, a sore throat, a newborn to take care of, and very little time to post details about this month’s meeting?
Josh More will be presenting this month. It’s his “job talk” which I assume has to do with his book, Breaking into Information Security. If that is the case, I would definitely recommend showing up if you are interested in starting (or advancing) your infosec career. And if that is not the case, show up anyway!
Keeping up with our Kubernetes theme from last month, @jsievert will… well, in his own words because I’m lazy:
Understanding the basics of Kubernetes and deploying your first service. I will be taking people through the fundamentals of Kubernetes, deploying a multi machine cluster, and delivering a reliable service using Minecraft as an example.
October has arrived in Minnesota!
With the chill has come pumpkin spice, golden leaves, apple cider and spooky movie marathons.
Speaking of scary, this months topic is sure to give us all the DevOps creeps.
This October we welcome Ian Coldwater, here to talk about Kubernetes Security. She will ghoulishly guide us through practical advice on securing your Kubernetes clusters, from an attacker’s perspective.
Where: Wilde Roast Cafe – 65 Main St SE, Mpls.
When: Thursday October 11th – 6pm (ish)
Is everyone recovered from DefCon? Either way, we thought we would bring back a little something to remember it by.
This month, @CTMN will be doing a wrap-up of the DefCon Scavenger Hunt, in which he placed third overall, and set the record for highest place for a single-person team. Congrats!
He will also have a dozen or so T-shirts and other swag to hand out, since you know nobody ever has enough.
See you all there!
The DC612 regular 2nd Thursday meeting is ON but with a slight venue change this month.
In August we will be gathering in Vegas at the Pinball Hall of Fame from 6-8pm. If you’re in town, come for some Starwars peew pew pewwww, Video games and general socializing.
Pinball Hall of Fame
1610 E. Tropicana Ave.
Thursday, August 9th from 6pm-8pm – ish
Location is not walkable however it is a ~$7 Car ride from the Strip.
Carpooling ride shares is encouraged!
What to Bring:
Advisable to bring cash, ideally quarters!
Hope to see lots of you there for a great kick off to Hacker Weekend in the Desert!