Increasingly, developers are taking more and more responsibility over the distribution, testing, packaging and deployment of code they write on a daily basis. They are also becoming more familiar with infrastructure, through the use of Infrastructure as Code tools, how this infrastructure is managed and how the code they write interacts with that infrastructure. These responsibilities fall under the term devops.
But what is devops? Is it a role, a set of methods, a shift in perspective? In this workshop we’d like to introduce you to devops through the context of Python and one of the most widely used devops tools - docker, a containerisation tool.
You’ll learn what containerisation is, why its used, how to write docker containers (and python code that interacts nicely with docker containers), and how to deploy them.
#Mika is a haphazard developer based in Berlin working with devops, distributed systems and IoT data. She is also a contributor to the Black python code formatter, the author of the Færeld time tracker and a fan of weird science fiction.
#Emily is a backend and infrastructure engineer at Crate.io. She started out as a chemical engineer and detoured into biomedical engineering, before ending up in software. Her non-coding hobbies include bumbling around bookstores and trying to keep plants alive :books: :seedling:
• Audience level:
All - no prior knowledge of devops/docker/infra stuff is required, but familiarity with python will help.
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