CNCF Meetup Saar #1

Published 01.03.2021

Author Fabian Peter

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The first edition of our CNCF Meetup Saar was on February 25th from 11:00 to 13:00 CET. It was a very fun event with enlightening talks and a few quirks. You can enjoy a recap of the event and the talks below.

Recap

Full Event

Talks

CKAD – Our Experience by Florian Fromm and Carsten Klaus from Pexon Consulting GmbH

Notes

  • With almost 2000 interested people we hit Zoom’s 100 attendee limit early on. For the next meetup we plan to use Zoom’s Webinar functionality
  • We pushed the meetup time from 11am to 5pm for the next event
  • The meetup will be a bi-monthly event
  • The talk Kubernetes and WebAssembly by Mats Brorsson will be part of the next meetup

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