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DevCampTivoli

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Event Details

 

EVENT IS BEING CANCELED DUE TO LACK OF SPONSORSHIP

 

Date Saturday May 17th, 2008
Time8:30AM to 6:30PM, Networking at 6:30 onwards
Location TBD:
Expected AttendanceTivoli folks who like to solve problems!

 

Bring your pots, pans and your tent ... We are taking Tivoli to Camp (Barcamp Style)

 

Things to get us started A good list of ideas

 

Check out the DevCampTivoli Updates Podcast and links

 

What is DevCampTivoli?

 

DevCampTivoli is the first unconference for Tivoli. DevCampTivoli brings together Tivoli developers, architects, and administrators in an open and collaborative environment of sharing and learning.

 

People Attendance is FREE, edit DevCampTIVAttendees and add your name to the bottom. Or contact me and I can add you.

 

Organizers

 


Sponsors - We are looking for sponsors - please contact John Willis

 

More on sponsors... Here is what we need ...

 

  • 1 Platinum - Maybe a wrap up dinner for the group (est. $2000)

 

  • 3 Gold - A venue for the event. Some ideas are a resturant at Pleasure Island or a room at the Swan and Dolphin. Either way the main cost will be lunch for about 30 people (est. is around $500 each).

 

  • 2 Silver - Caps and Shirts. (est $250 each).

 

 


Overview

DevCampTivoli started as an email Doug McClure sent me a few weeks ago (10/19) called the "Top 10 Things an ITM Client can/should do to Enable Business Service Management (and how to do them)". We decided to meet for lunch and discuss solutions. The only solution we came up with was that we could not do this alone. After talking we thought this might make for a great DevCamp.

 

Take a look at the email

 

The idea is to get about twenty to thirty "hands-on" type Tivoli customers, consultants, and developers to try and solve Doug's "and how to do them" question. Attendees will break out into teams and develop solutions. The results will be shared as a BOF session during the week at the Tivoli conference. Also the developed code will be submitted to the OPAL site. Bring you laptop and be ready to get your hands dirty.

 

We are hoping to accomplish the development projects in two days (Saturday the 17th and Sunday the 18th). If you plan on being an architect on one of the projects Sunday is optional. However, if you plan on being a coder on one of the Devcamp projects you should plan on both days. Also there will be an informal meeting for facilitators on Friday night the 16th. If you would like to help administrate or facilitate the DevCampTivoli but you can't attend Friday night please contact me wino kredyt mieszkaniowy sprzedam mieszkanie sprzedam bilet

 

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  • Rules:
    • Rule #1 of DevCampTivoli: Spread the news DevCampTivoli!
    • Rule #2 of DevCampTivoli: No selling of anything. Why no selling? We won't have time. Come ready to think hard, work hard, and have fun.
    • Rule #3 Anyone breaking Rule #2 is required to buy the next round of beer for everyone in attendance. :)

Help Out

 

If you want to help in any way, feel free to contact me.