Gulasch Programmiernacht 2019 - #gpn19

Since thursday the gpn19 (Gulasch Programmiernacht) is taking place in Karlsruhe at ZKM. I’m happy that I got the chance to give two talks: Documentation with any editor Automate your Infrastructure Deployment All sessions of GPN will be recorded and are available at https://media.ccc.de/b/conferences/gpn/gpn19. There was a technical problem during my first talk, so the recording can’t be found there. Sorry for that. All code snippets I showed during that talks can be found here: https://gitlab.com/stoeps/gpn19-documentation https://gitlab.com/stoeps/gpn19-iac If you’re around, or living in that area, join us there.

This week starts with Admincamp in Gelsenkirchen. Thanks Rudi Knegt and team for this awesome event! The conference or lets name it camp was real fun. In the end I did three sessions and a workshop. You can find download links to all slides and used files in this article or on https://stoeps.de/speaking/2018/. I learned and heared a lot of interesting stuff around IBM Notes, IBM Connections and Sametime. You can get most of the session slides through the Admincamp agenda. Save the date! Next https://admincamp.de will take place from 25. to 27. March 2019 here in Gelsenkirchen. Here can you find my session slides (all talks were held in english), but maybe you can run them through deepl or Google Translate.

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Today I attended Froscon 13 in St. Augustin. Froscon is one or the biggest event around Opensource in Germany. Thanks again to organizers sponsors of this awesome event, it was a pleisure to be here and have the chance to give a talk. The slides for my session "Documentation with any editor" can be found at https://gitlab.com/stoeps/froscon18-presentation/blob/master/froscon13-documentationwithanyeditor.pdf. If you’re interested and missed the talk, there is a video recording at https://media.ccc.de available. Example files linked from session slides are stored in this Gitlab Repostitory https://gitlab.com/stoeps/asciidoctor-documentation-example, here you find the used build.gradle, Makefile and CI/CD configuration I normally use.

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