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OSCONF 2020 Bangalore – An Open Source Community Conference

This week, we were part of OSCONF Bangalore 2020, and online conference on Open Source and Cloud Native Technologies. The conference was organized by our friends Ajeet, Saiyam and Sangam from Collabnix, with the help of the Okteto, Docker, Rancher and InfluxDB meetups in Bangalore.

The event was a lot of fun. The talks were all by practioners, and covered topics such as Serverless, Prometheus, KubeMQ, Redis, Istio, InfluxDB, Traefik and of course, Okteto 😎. It was a lot of fun, and I learned a lot.

Sangam Biradar and I gave a joint talk titled 5 cool ways to get started with Cloud Native Development, where we demoed Okteto Stacks, Push, our VS Code extension for Remote Development, GitHub Actions and how to use Okteto to develop a python-based OpenFaaS function. It was an action-packed session for sure!

Our talk is now available on YouTube:

And the slides are available here.

The rest of the talks will be published on Collabnix's YouTube channel, so be sure to check them out.

And don't forget to join the Okteto Bangalore meetup, the next event is already in the works!

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