Triple Threat – Part Deux

By: | March 29, 2019

For the meetup this quarter, we are extremely pleased to announce that we will be having some out-of-town guests along with a fantastic local speaker from Cerner, Aaron Gershman. Other local companies like Garmin, West Corp. and Burns & McDonnell will be in attendance as well to share their Cloud Foundry experience. Be sure to mark this on your calendars as this meetup/mini-conference will be packed full of information and insight into the platform! This event will be sponsored jointly by Magenic (https://magenic.com) and Pivotal (https://pivotal.io) who are coordinating the venue as well as providing food and drinks. As we are expecting this event to be well-attended, we have reserved a large space at the Overland Park Marriott located at 10800 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66210.
Please check your email or the meetup page for updated speaker information!

Agenda:
Networking & Food/Drinks: 5:30-6p
Speaker One: 6-6:30p
Cerner Corp: 6:30-7p
Speaker Three: 7-7:30p
Networking: 7:30-8p
After Hours: 8:30pm – ?

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CERNER CORPORATION

Speaker: Aaron Gershman, Sr. Software Engineer

Aaron Gershman is a software engineer on the GroundWorks team at Cerner. He hacks on Spring Boot, bash, and yaml. Aaron works with fascinating technologies like “BOSH”, “Kubernetes”, and “Microsoft Outlook”. Aaron has 4 Dell R710s in a homelab acting as a space heater. He uses a GitHub project board to organize his house chores.

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SHELTER INSURANCE

Speaker: Troy Gaines, Manager of Application Architecture

Troy Gaines leads the architecture and build/DevOps teams at Shelter. With over 15 years of experience in software development, he continues to enjoy learning and applying new technologies. Recent projects are helping stand up an entirely new brand with modern cloud technologies and processes. He enjoys removing process and improving the delivery pipeline so developers can actually do what they love – to deliver. His greatest accomplishment though is writing an infinite loop that finally completed.