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OpenStack around the web
From news sites to developer blogs, there's a lot being written about OpenStack every week. Here are a few highlights.
- Transitioning from OpenStack hobbyist to professional: Break into your first OpenStack job with these tips and tricks.
- OpenStack use cases: New analyst papers and webinar now available.
- Supporting our global community: The OpenStack Foundation leadership reacts to global travel restrictions.
- Huge growth expected for OpenStack and Hadoop, despite skill gap: Demand for skilled cloud professionals continues to rise.
- OpenStack community elects 2017 board of directors: Congratulations again to all of the winners.
OpenStack is developed out in the open, and many of the conversations shaping development can be found on the OpenStack developers mailing list. Here's a sample of some of the popular threads this past week.
- Sessions for Atlanta PTG: What the Stewardship Working Group will be working on.
- Get active in upstream training: Looking for community volunteers to help with training.
- PTL nomination period is now over: Project elections are coming up soon.
- What's Up, Doc? Farewell edition: What's happening in the OpenStack documentation project.
Meetups and OpenStack user group events are taking place across the globe every week, and chances are, there's an event near you. Have a suggestion for an event to add to this list? Email us and let us know, or add it to our events calendar.
- OpenStack breakfast morning: Tuesday, January 31; Dublin, Ireland.
- OpenStack and tactical clouds: Tuesday, January 31; Richmond, VA.
- Lessons learned deploying and operating OpenContrail and OpenStack: Thursday, February 2; San Jose, CA.
- February London OpenStack meetup: Thursday, February 2; London, UK.
- Monthly South Florida OpenStack users group meeting: Thursday, February 2; Fort Lauderdale, FL.
In addition to these in-person events, if you're interested in following OpenStack development, a number of projects hold regular meetings on IRC.