What is a meetup you ask? The general idea is one of community. It facilitates a way for people of common interests to come together, share ideas, network, and have fun doing it. These principles represent core values here at Bronto. With continued growth in our space here at American Tobacco Campus, we have welcomed the greater community to share in it.
This post highlights many of those groups that are working to help make a difference in the Triangle through education.
Last week Bronto was proud to once again host a Triangle DevOps event. This time we had special guest Dr. Henry Petroski speaking on the subject of Success and Failure in Engineering.
Bronto hosted the July 2014 TriTAUG meetup, which focused on the constantly evolving field of automated user-interface testing. Paul Merrill from Beaufort Fairmont was on hand to give us a rundown of using Instruments and Frank, two tools designed to help lighten the load on iOS devices.
If you have never done any form of iOS development or testing, you can be up and running in no time by harnessing Xcode and a demo application from Apple. You can find Xcode in the App Store and the Recipes application here. Continue reading
The June 2014 Triangle DevOps meetup was once again hosted at Bronto. This particular event was one for the books; it’s not only the most highly attended Triangle DevOps event ever, but the largest event ever hosted in Bronto’s Thunderdome! Additionally, this was the official kick-off for the Docker Raleigh meetup group. If attendance and engagement were any indication, technology professionals in Raleigh and Durham are very ready to learn more about Docker and how to leverage it for their own benefit. We were very fortunate to have Aaron Huslage from Docker come to speak to us on this topic.
Aaron Huslage begins with a brief introduction to Docker