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Top 3 Reasons to Register Right Now for Tomorrow’s Try Cloud Foundry Hands-On Lab

TOP 3 REASONS why you or someone you know should attend the “Try Cloud Foundry” Hands-on Lab tomorrow

Reason #1

You would like to deploy applications easily and quickly, and to check out the renowned developer experience of Cloud Foundry. A wise man named Onsi Fakhouri once wrote a haiku:

Here is my source code. 

Run it on the cloud for me. 

I do not care how.  

That’s what this is about, and it articulates your very prudent motivation for choosing to focus on application development and easy deployment, and not on cloud infrastructure.

Reason #2

Resilient Scale’s Steve Greenberg is an absolute dream of an instructor, one that will guide you down the river of Cloud Foundry competency, perhaps with a brief pause for a discussion on fly-fishing. He designed the new-ish Cloud Foundry Tutorials webpage! He knows many things, and he can teach you them.

Reason #3

If you have children at your home, perhaps more often than usual due to, oh, I don’t know, a global pandemic, this lab might enable you to honestly say, “I have a hands-on lab scheduled! Can you, dear friend or partner, please remove these lovely children from my presence for the next hour or so?”

Register for the Try Cloud Foundry Hands-On Lab  which takes place on Thursday, August 20, 2020, at 9 AM PT.

While it’s true that you can go through this lab on your own any time at the previously linked tutorials webpage, I guarantee it will be more fun to go through it as a group–plus Steve will be there to answer any questions you may have. This lab is perfect for developers who are new to Cloud Foundry, or non-technical folks who want to see what the hype is about. Take advantage of having an expert like Steve at your disposal!


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Chris is the Technical Operations Manager at Cloud Foundry Foundation with a background in software engineering and project management.