Speaking, Follow Up, and Improving

  1. Calendar — Post to my speaking and meetup calendar here.
  2. RSVP Site — Next I ensure it is listed on meetup or whatever site the organizers are using.
  3. Thrashing Code Blog Listing — Next I create a page where I will put all of the collateral for the presentation and list it on this page. Often this starts out merely as a listing and then a link to the page where I’ll simply write “Content are TBD but actively being developed! Stay tuned!
  4. Presentation Page — Then for each presentation I give I create a singular page to post and collect all the collateral elements. This is the page that the listing in #3 points to. Some examples include; “Elasticsearch with Terraform, Packer, and Immutability Magic” or “Terraform, Packer, Atlas @ The Orange Retailer”.
  5. Code, Slide Deck, Collateral — Other elements I make ever effort to include code repositories (usually on Github), image or slide deck files, and anything else I used to demonstrate during the presentation.
  1. Managing (or not) The Data in Immutable Infrastructure — includes slides, a short write up, video, and related collateral.
Managing (or not) The Data in Immutable Infrastructure

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Adron Hall

Adron Hall

Software dev, data, heavy metal, transit, economics, freethought, atheism, cycling, livability, beautiful things & adrenaline junkie.

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