Location:DJ's Dugout, 10308 S 23rd St, Bellevue, NE, United States
Please join us and contribute to the group’s professional development as we discuss Agile Practices in an interactive manner.
The first 30 minutes of the event are reserved to socialize with fellow Agilists within the Defense Community.
At 5pm we will begin by breaking into Lean Coffee groups each with their own Agile topic. A group lead will present a 20 minute overview of the theme followed by an interactive “Lean Coffee” session (leancoffee.org) that will be guided by the group within the scope of the specific Agile theme.
See the meetup site for the Agile themes for this event: http://www.meetup.com/Agile-for-Defense
Thanks to Agile Transformation for sponsoring the Agile Book Review!
TEKsystems sponsors the event and provides food and drink from 4:30pm to 6:30pm or until a set amount is reached.
Please feel free to invite others! We meet in the large room in the back left corner of DJs. RSVP'ing is encouraged so that we can plan the number of lean coffee sessions to set up.
Location:Omaha Code School, 1258 S 13th St, Omaha, NE 68108, USA
Join us for Lightning Talks!
Omaha Emerging Developers are junior web/software developers (interns included!) who are excited about growing their skill set and being exposed to new corners of the web, mobile, and other software industries. While developers of all skill levels are welcome, talks will only be given by junior developers.
Location:AIM Exchange, 1905 Harney Street, 2nd floor, Omaha, NE, United States
The next Splunk User Group (@splunk402) meeting is August 25th from 11am to 1pm at the AIM Exchange.
Summer might be winding down but .conf is just around the corner! Join us this month for a fun filled event. We will be talking Minecraft. Some of us play it, some of us see our kids glued to the screen playing it, and some of us write modules for Minecraft. That last part is what we will be talking about. There is a group that is writing modules and add-ins to Minecraft, and of course Splunking the data. We will be joined by two of these super Splunkers, Mark Schill and Rosie Sennett.
## Future Meeting Topics ##
What topics should we work on in the upcoming/future user group meetings? Is there something you want to get hands on learning with? What are the topics you have thought to yourself “I wanted to try this but don’t want to risk breaking my environment”? What different technologies have you wanted to learn more about and see how we can tie them in to Splunk? We want to know what is on your mind.
We have already heard people asking us for more information on Splunk and Docker, Search Head Clustering, Examples of the HTTP Collector, and using/building APIs for Splunk. We are working on helping to get topics on this for upcoming meetings. We want to know what else is on your mind.
## Splunk Revolution Awards ##
The Splunk Revolution Awards recognize the achievements of Splunk teams and users around the world and across multiple categories. There are different categories that you can nominate someone or be nominated in.
• The Developers Award
• The Enterprise Award
• The Innovation Award
• The Partner Award
• The "Splunk Ninja" Award
Entries will be accepted Tuesday, July 26 through Wednesday, August 26 at midnight PT. Learn more at http://live.splunk.com/conf2016RevolutionAwards
## Splunk Trust ##
The Splunk user community is one of the strongest, best communities in the world. We created the SplunkTrust Community MVP program to recognize our community’s top contributors, and to involve them in planning and policy decisions as our community grows. These community members show the very highest level of commitment to helping others succeed with Splunk.
Applications/Nominations are open from 12:01AM on Friday, July 29th until 12:01AM on Saturday, August 20th (so–midnight on Friday, August 19th). When open, the forms are as follows:
To apply: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/splunktrust
To nominate someone else: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SplunkTrustNominate