Earlier this week, Kloud Kantina took over Microsoft’s San Francisco office. Thanks to support from Christine Matheney, a technical evangelist at Microsoft, this week’s Kloud Kantina was the best attended yet. More than 33 engineers and entrepreneurs from software, hardware and DevOps communities attended to learn more about projects others are working on, Kloudless, or Microsoft BizSpark.
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The hours flew by quickly, thanks to attendees’ quick wit and sharp conversation. In the tech tradition, there was more than enough swag from Kloudless, Microsoft and Egnyte.
The Next Kloud Kantina
Missed this Kloud Kantina? No worries! Join us on Wed., July 2, at Kloudless HQ in Berkeley. Connect with us on Meetup for tickets and to stay in the loop!
Kenny Bastani, technical evangelist for Neo4j Graph Database, will give a tech talk on why and when you might want to use graph databases. If you like movies, you’re in luck, as we’ll also walk through creating a movie recommendation app on Neo4j 2.0.
Come learn something new, get or give feedback on what others are working on, and share a bite with other devs, designers and startuppers!
If you know you’ll miss out on July 2, Kloud Kantinas will continue every other Wednesday throughout the Bay Area. Not Bay Area based? No problem! Let us know where you’d like to see a Kloud Kantina! Join us on Meetup and let us know if you want your city to be on the list of select U.S. cities for future Kloud Kantinas.
Want to get involved in Kloud Kantina? I’d love to chat with anyone who is interested in connecting developers to resources, fostering innovation and growing the community. Tweet at @Kloudless using #KloudKantina or just drop us an email.