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Tuesday, May 13 • 4:40pm - 5:20pm
Focusing on Developer Experience and Announcing developer.openstack.org

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This talk will dive into what Developer Experience is and, more importantly, why it's critical for OpenStack's future.

Application developers, those developers who create applications that will run on OpenStack powered clouds, have been an underserved community in our ecosystem to date. The domains of User Experience and Developer Experience have not recieved as much focus within OpenStack as they should.

We'll look at positive steps already in progress to address these challenges but more importantly where we need to go as a project and ecosystem to make applicatin developers and end users' lives easier. We need to lower the barriers for developers to write applications on OpenStack powered clouds. A big part of that is giving them a destination where they can find the resources they need to get started quickly, get the support they need, and dive deep when necessary.

 is that destination.

Learn about the resources available to developers now, what will be coming in the future, and give your feedback on what's missing.

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Jesse Noller

Developer Advocate, Rackspace
Jesse Noller is a long time Python community member, developer and has contributed to/worked on everything from distributed systems to front-end interfaces. He’s passionate about community, developer experience and empowering developers everywhere, in any language to build amazing... Read More →
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Everett Toews

Platform Engineer, Deloitte NZ
I'm working to make the cloud easy to use through a combination of development, operations, testing, continuous integration/deployment, and documentation. I'm interested in composing distributed systems using APIs, SDKs, CLIs, and containers. I like to teach what I learn along the... Read More →

Tuesday May 13, 2014 4:40pm - 5:20pm EDT
Room B102

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