DevNation

DevNation 2016 General Session to open with Microsoft’s Scott Hanselman

We are delighted to share that Scott Hanselman of Microsoft will join Red Hat during the DevNation 2016 opening general session.
Scott is one of the world’s leading technical speakers who’s been deeply involved in the community and on social media, with well over 150,000 Twitter followers. Join us at DevNation to learn what news news he may share.

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DevNation 2016: Galder Zamarreno on “Building reactive applications with Node.js and Red Hat JBoss Data Grid”

DevNation sneak peek is a behind-the-scenes preview of sessions and information that will take place at DevNation 2016. Sign up for DevNation at www.devnation.org. Learn more. Code more. Share more. Join the Nation.

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DevNation 2016 – Magic: The Gathering – Mini-Tourney

DevNation 2016 kicks off Sunday, June 26, with a welcome reception at Jillian’s Billiards Club of San Francisco (across the street from Moscone at 101 4th Street). As we’ve done in the past, this is a chance to enjoy some tasty food, your favorite beverages, and some fun games like billiards and video arcade games.

But this year, we have Magic: The Gathering! 

You can just show up for the evening, but seating is limited for the Magic: the Gathering – Shadows over Innistrad Booster Draft – so click the link below to register.  AND HURRY because we anticipate this to fill up fast!

The top 6 Magic players (see rules) get a custom Red Hat Developers playmat – see below!  Plus a few more will be raffled off so everyone will get a chance at “playmat greatness”.

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Google joins DevNation 2016 CodeStarter with Google Cloud Platform – time to hack on Kubernetes

Join Red Hat and Google Cloud Platform for an evening for code hackers. Yes, there will be fabulous food and drink but more importantly we are going to get seriously hands-on with microservices, Linux containers (Docker), Kubernetes+Openshift and Google Cloud Platform. We will be exploring numerous microservices coding patterns and leveraging the power of Kubernetes+OpenShift for managing those microservices at scale. This session will primarily be a series of hands-on exercises but will also include experimentation time. In addition to the great experience, you’ll walk away with some pretty good swag, too.

*What is a CodeStarter? It’s not a hackfest (e.g. a competition with prizes) but an evening of hacking/coding with lots of tasty food and beverages (beer, etc.). And as we mentioned, good swag.

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DevNation 2016: Kyle Buchanan on “Building Progressive Web Apps”

DevNation sneak peek is a behind-the-scenes preview of sessions and information that will take place at DevNation 2016. Sign up for DevNation at www.devnation.org. Learn more. Code more. Share more. Join the Nation.

Building Progressive Web Apps

Progressive web apps have been a hot topic so far in 2016. The recent Google IO conference featured four talks on progressive web apps and they even have a progressive web app conference in June. So why the big fuss?

With the recent advancements in modern browsers, more native app-like features are coming to the browser. Things like push notifications, background sync, offline capabilities and home screen app icons have been added to browsers allowing developers to continue building web apps, but now include features that users expect from native apps. So what makes a web app a progressive web app?

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