Shibuya Infoss Annex 9F, 12-10 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
The first Ninjava meetup of the year will be held on Thursday January 26 with Michael O'Connor as our speaker. Here's a brief summary of his talk:
Typically, the instructions to configure your local development environment for a project are spread across wikis, blog posts, emails, and your colleagues. There's a more enjoyable way to manage your system, and it's called "Executable Documentation." The goal of the talk is to demonstrate its power.
About the speaker:
Michael V. O'Brien draws on a background in computer science, software development, system admistration, and automation. He became enthusiastic about automation while working on the Puppet project for Reductive Labs (now called Puppet Labs). In New York City, he worked for WeShop Inc., where he managed web operations. His technical passion is to make code read like a good novel and make systems sing in orchestration.
When he's not writing code, he's learning Japanese, photographing the world, and learning about business.
Place and time:
Date: January 26 (Thu)
Time: Doors open at 19:30, the presentation starts at 20:00
Place: Cerego Japan (new location!),
Shibuya Infoss Annex 9F, 12-10 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku,Tokyo,
We'll go for a drink at a nearby izakaya after the talk.Looking forward to welcoming you all!
Zev & Peter
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