Igal Koshevoy

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Igal Koshevoy

Open Source Bridge Foundation

Biography

Open Source Bridge 2011 Birds of a Feather

Sessions for this user

* DevOps, Cloud, Automation and more! (Part 1 of 2)

Lightning talks and discussions on devops best practices, cloud infrastructures, and automation tools.
BOF
Igal Koshevoy, James Turnbull, James Loope

* DevOps, Cloud, Automation and more! (Part 2 of 2)

Lightning talks and discussions on devops best practices, cloud infrastructures, and automation tools. [continuation of earlier BoF]
BOF
James Turnbull, Igal Koshevoy, James Loope

* Functional Languages BoF [pdxfunc]

Hang out and talk about functional languages.
BOF
Igal Koshevoy, Dan Colish, David Lazar

* Ruby BoF [pdxruby]

Lightning talks and discussions about Ruby-related libraries, projects, implementations and more.
BOF
Igal Koshevoy

Open Source Bridge 2010 Birds of a Feather

Sessions for this user

* Ruby meetup

Join your fellow Rubyists to talk about fun things you're working on.
BoF
Audrey Eschright, Igal Koshevoy, Reid Beels

Open Source Bridge 2010

Sessions for this user

* How to write quality software using the magic of tests

Writing quality software is a worthwhile challenge. Learn how to harness the magic of testing to create better software. This presentation will provide you with an overview of the different kinds of tests, show code using different testing tools, and help you decide when and how to apply these to your projects
Cooking
Igal Koshevoy

* Organizing user groups, a panel discussion

User groups are a vital part of the open source community. Learn more about how to start a group, keep it going, and make an existing group better from a panel of experienced user group organizers.
Culture
Igal Koshevoy, Jesse Hallett, Eric Wilhelm, Christie Koehler, gabrielle roth, Audrey Eschright, Sam Keen

Open Source Bridge 2009 Birds of a Feather

Sessions for this user

* Creating conference sites with OpenConferenceWare

OpenConferenceWare is the application running this site. The software is themeable, customizable and open sourced: anyone can use it to run their own conference site. OpenConferenceWare's developers would like to talk with users about making the software better, organizers about using it for other events, and with those interested in joining the development team.
BoF
Igal Koshevoy, Reid Beels

Open Source Bridge 2009

Sessions for this user

* Configuration Management Panel

Configuration management tools are finally coming into their own. Powerful, automated infrastructure management is now available in a wide variety of open source tools. Tools written in different languages, using varying operational methodologies and embracing differing philosophies. Come meet some of the creators and maintainers of these cutting edge tools like cfengine, Puppet, AutomateIT, Chef, and bcfg2 and quiz them in the why and hows of their tools and the philosophies behind them.
Cooking
James Turnbull, Igal Koshevoy, Luke Kanies, Narayan Desai, Adam Jacob, Brendan Strejcek

* Effective code sprinting

Code sprints are events where developers quickly complete coding tasks in a collaborative environment. A panel of skilled developers will share their experiences for organizing effective code sprints so you can better participate and organize your own. The panel members have organized and participated in over a hundred sprints (ranging from Django to JRuby) and used sprints as the primary way to develop community-oriented projects (e.g., Calagator). While most of the discussion will be about volunteer-run open source code sprints, many of the ideas will be readily applicable to improving development at your workplace. The panel will offer practical, actionable advice that you can use and answer your questions.
Culture
Igal Koshevoy, Reid Beels, Audrey Eschright

Proposals for this user

* AutomateIt: Creating agile infrastructure through server automation

AutomateIt is an open source tool for automating the setup and maintenance of UNIX-like servers, applications and their dependencies. Compared to cfengine and Puppet, AutomateIt is easier to work with, more powerful, and uses syntax that will be immediately familiar to anyone that's written a shell script. AutomateIt's author, Igal Koshevoy, is a veteran software engineer and systems administrator that's managed hundreds of servers at a time and has over a decade of automation experience working with companies like Intel, Oracle, and many startups. He'll discuss how to effectively use server automation, and demonstrate how to use AutomateIt's features, along with code samples, that address real world automation needs.
Cooking 2009-04-11 06:53:03 +0000
Igal Koshevoy