Join the Providence Puppet User Group to hear talks about Puppet, learn from other Puppet users, and have a good time!
Note: Puppet is IT automation software by Puppet Labs (http://puppetlabs.com). No actual puppets here!
We are pleased to announce the Providence PUG / PVD VMUG Holiday Party to be held on Wednesday, 12/7/16, 6:00PM at Lock and Clue, Pawtucket, RI.
Providence VMUG has secured reservations for 44 people to take part in "escape room" games. Groups of 6 or 8 will be locked in a room and challenged to escape by solving puzzles.
Providence Puppet User Group will provide refreshments for attendees before and after the games.
You may still attend this event if you choose not to participate in the game. Come network in a relaxed atmosphere and socialize with your peers. This is a 21+ event. Please, no guests.
Please sign the waiver ahead of time if you intend to participate in a game: https://escaperoommaster.com/waivers/sign/6f4a2a42-f0a9-45ce-83cd-ebb7d70cabc6
There is NO PARKING in between the mill complex. There is on street parking and a parking lot in front of the building. There is a smaller parking lot to the side. Lastly, there is a large parking lot directly behind the building. Please see Parking Map for more details. Parking Map: http://sc.marseglia.org/parkingmap
LOCK AND CLUE RULES AND DISCLAIMER
Things you should know to play by the rules (Please and Thank You!):
However, if you are not ready to enter the room at its start time you may lose your ability to participate.
Arrive with your waivers already signed! Here is a link: https://escaperoommaster.com/waivers/sign/6f4a2a42-f0a9-45ce-83cd-ebb7d70cabc6
You will not be allowed to play if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs and will forfeit your reservation.
During the game you can hang your coat and place your items in lockers. We will not be responsible for lost or stolen items so leave precious possessions at home or in your car.
You have 60 minutes to escape from your event space.
Please solve all puzzles by critical thinking and not by physical strength. If you can not move something with three fingers, it is not suppose to move.
You may ask for help during the game. However, in order to be considered for the leaderboard, you may ask for no more than two hint during your adventure.
You play our real-life escape games at your own consent and risk; Lock & Clue and its employees cannot be held liable.
The rooms are equipped with security cameras.
Do not take pictures, video or audio recordings in the game rooms. Mobile phones are not to be used during a game.
With your consent, our team can take photos of you and your team after the game and put it on Lock and Clue's official website and Facebook page. Feel free to post them on your pages!
Please keep the clues, solutions, and combinations a secret, so others can enjoy the game as well!
Rising Sun Mills
166 Valley Street
Providence, RI 02909
Turn into the parking lot at the red "Welcome" sign. Enter the Tech Collective office through the glass atrium doors on the side between buildings 2 and 3.
This meeting we'll talk about whatever the group is interested in. We're accepting anyone who would like to present. Ignite talks, http://www.ignitetalks.io/, are fun, fast way to present.
We'll also be meeting with members from the Prov Ops group.
This is a full day of sessions followed by a Puppet hosted event with food and drinks...
To submit a talk check here:
Information and registration can be found with this link:
Use this code for 50% off the ticket price:
Come join us for beverages, pizza, and a couple talks from our friends at Puppetlabs and Cloudbees.
We'll talk about application orchestration and your software development pipeline as code; difficult subjects to address that also impact each other.
5:30 Pizza and networking
6:00 Introductions and first presentation
7:00 "Pipeline as Code and Jenkins 2.0". Thomas A. McGonagle, Senior DevOps Consultant, Cloudbees.
Pipeline as Code is literally the future of Jenkins. It is a Groovy DSL for modeling your build pipelines. Tom will present and demonstrate Pipeline and the new Jenkins 2.0 CI/CD server inside a docker container. The docker command to spin up your own instance is: docker run -p 8080:8080 -p 50000:50000 jenkinsci/jenkins:2.0-alpha-3
Prior to CloudBees Tom held numerous DevOps positions focused on Operations and Infrastructure. He is passionate about teaching DevOps, and enabling client success. For three years he worked as an adjunct instructor at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, teaching wireless networking and Linux systems administration.Pipeline as Code and Jenkins 2.0
7:45 Closing remarks, stay for a beverage and hang out! :)
Come join PVD PUG as we celebrate the holidays!
What’s new and coming up in Puppet Enterprise
Implementing Puppet/Lessons Learned
Food and Drink will be provided
Please RSVP including any guests