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Community Hub / Apr 01, 2019 / 5 min read

Dev and DevOps Top Events: Tecknuovo’s Dev and DevOps Community Event Schedule April 2019

Happy April Everyone! Personally, it’s my favourite month of all! Why? Well, the sun is out, nature is blooming, but most importantly Me and Dom are both born in April! So to celebrate getting old, we’re officially expanding our coverage due to the popularity of our event calendar, and we will now cover Dev April events as well!

Event Highlights for April:

After their Kubentines edition in February, Kubernetes London is finally back. As usual, Ivan Pedrazas and Milos Gajdos will welcome us with some seasonal jokes and an amazing line-up of speakers from Google, Shopify, ControlPlane and Ticketmaster! The attendance list is full, but don’t give up and try to jump on the waitlist.

Next up is London Microservices which is going through some serious revival! Last month there were over 150 people attending at Gamesys, this month we will all meet at Farfetch. Dario tends to keep his speaker list secret till the week before, so make sure to register early if you’re a microservices fan.

Finally, don’t forget to keep your eye out for the RSVP list opening to attend the London DevOps! This one always gets full quickly and there is a reason for it. We will send the tweet out once the list is open.

Tecknuovo community update

Finally, we’ve officially launched pre-registrations to join our community initiative- an online community for everyone who wants to attend events but doesn’t have anyone to go with, or simply wants to make new friends with other event communities in London. Me and Dom are now looking for 50 brave sailors (yes it’s a pirate-themed community) to help us test the waters before our official launch in June. So if you’re up for being one of the founding members, register now to be our mate! 🙂

Here are all the amazing events happening in London this month. We are going to be there, so don’t be shy, come find us and say hello! ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ

You can add our event calendar here:

Monday, 1 April

[DEV] JavaScript Matters – Register to attend here

Visit Code Node this April Fools’ Day to learn more about how keeping user interfaces and UX in mind applies to developers, not just designers from Lea Verou. Lea is a Research Assistant at MIT and an author of bestselling advanced CSS book CSS Secrets!

Tuesday, 2 April

[DEVOPS] Kubernetes London – Aprilnetes – Register to attend here

Organised by our good friend Ivan, Aprilnetes is a Spring edition of the Kubernetes London – a must-attend event for all engineers interested in or working with Kubernetes. This time we will have a chance to enjoy four 20 minute talks from Carmen Andoh, Go Engineer, Google; Kir Shatrov, platform engineer, Shopify; Paris Apostolopoulos, Lead Engineer, Ticketmaster; and Sam Irvine, Infrastructure Engineer, ControlPlane. With such an amazing speaker line up, no wonder attendance list is full, so register to be on the waitlist now.

[DEV] JS Roundabout #21- Register to attend here

This month’s JS Roundabout is about web performance and development tools. For their 21st event, you will get a chance to visit Twitter offices and hear from Twitter’s Senior Software Engineer, Leonardo Crespo and Jorge Ferreiro, Software Engineer at Eventbrite. Make sure you sign up via Eventbrite!

Wednesday, 3 April

[DEVOPS] Cloud Native London – April 2019 – Register to attend here

I guess it’s a three-day event marathon! Cloud Native will, as usual, be held at CodeNode, and bring to us some amazing speakers from Component Soft, Bristol University and CodiLime. If you’re interested in learning more about what is happening in the Cloud Native ecosystem, this event is your cup of tea! – Don’t forget to register via skills matter.

Tuesday, 9 April

[DEVOPS] DevOps Exchange – Register to attend here 

If you’re a DevOps, Operations or Development person in London, interested in hearing war stories surrounding DevOps from like-minded individuals then this event is for you. This month enjoy four 20 minute talks from Sonya Moisset, Security Engineer at Pride in London;
Henrique Rodrigues, Principal DevOps at Direct Line Group (Darwin); Yitian Xu, Solution Architect at Alibaba Cloud UK, and Chris Evans Platform Team Lead at Monzo.

Wednesday, 10 April

[DEV] London Microservices – Register to attend here

If your interest lies in architecting, designing, deploying and maintaining microservice based software architectures then this event is right up your alley. Join fellow microservices enthusiasts at Farfetch. Speaker line up to be announced shortly.

[DEVOPS] SEAM #24 – Enterprise Agility in Practise – Register to attend here

If you’re into a more hands-on event experience, join this month’s SEAM event to participate in a group experiment! Whether you’re new to Enterprise Agility or are an experienced practitioner, whether you’re in a leadership position or involved in hands-on technical delivery, come along and join SEAM event at Stack Overflow’s London HQ! Find out more on the event page.

Thursday, 11 April 

[DEVOPS] London DevOps – Register to attend here

This one you cannot miss. London DevOps always brings great speakers and is an awesome first step to become an active participant in the DevOps Community in London. Every month, London DevOps Group members meet to discuss anything and everything about DevOps such as Automation, Orchestration, Containers, Virtualisation, Service Discovery, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. Register early to avoid the waitlist!

[DEV] Testing Java Microservices: From Development to Production – Register to attend here

Testing microservices is challenging. Dividing a system into components (à la microservices) naturally creates inter-component dependencies, and each service has its own performance and fault-tolerance characteristics that need to be validated during development, the QA process, and continually in production. Attend this event to learn about the theory, techniques, and practices needed to overcome this challenge.

Monday, 15 April

[DEV] JS Monthly #61, April Meetup – Register to attend here

Do you want to keep up with the latest trends in the Javascript evolution? This event group aims to bring you monthly bite-sized updates on the world of Javascript along with a healthy dose of nice people, beer and pizza. JS Monthly gets filled up quickly so make sure to register in advance.

Tuesday, 16 April

[DEV] ReactJS Girls London #17 – Register to attend here

This event is for female engineers who want to learn and teach their experience using React. Although the event is aimed at women, all genders are welcome.

[DEV] London Django Meetup – Register to attend here

If you’re looking to meet fellow Python/Django developers or just want to find out more about Django, make sure to check out this event. This month find out more about two different approaches to decomposing a Django monolith into multiple services, with Lim Hoang from Deliveroo. To attend this event, make sure to register via Skills Matter.

Wednesday, 24 April

[DEV] LNUG #83  – Register to attend here

The London Node.js User Group (LNUG) is the longest standing Node.js event in London and has been hosting first-class events for over 4 years. LNUG has welcomed speakers from all around the world and over time built up a truly global audience. If you’ve never been, make sure to register early to hear from Simon Brichall about Bootstrapping a startup with SailsJS, and Colin Eberhardt explaining how to build your own WebAssembly Compiler.

[DEVOPS] SEAM#25 – Register to attend here

SEAM is the monthly Study of Enterprise Agility Meetup. This event is focused more on the enterprise side of technology, so if you’re interested in what organisations are attempting to achieve as well as how to go about it, this event is perfect for you. Seam #25 will focus on 3 different perspectives relating to the transformation of Financial Services.

Meet us there:

Dominique Top – @DevOpsDom
Tecknuovo Margo Gantner
Margo Gantner – @tecknuovo
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