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16 Apr 2017 API in 5 - Loopback (and more!) [62478]
Thursday, April 20th, 2017: 6:30 PM to ...

Cendyn Spaces, in the Atrium - Boca Raton

Web APIs are hard. Now, thanks to Loopback, they don't have to be. In this talk, I'll show you (yes! you!) how you can have a RESTful web service up in minutes to support any application you want to make - mobile, Angular, anything - and how you can build on it to make it do whatever you need it to.

Background:

LoopBack is an open source Node.js framework built on top of Express optimized for building APIs for mobile, web, and other devices.

Michael Vargas, Damian Montero, Hector
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28 Mar 2017 New Supermicro Rack Scale Design Brings Open Management for On-Demand Cloud Scale Data Centers [62023]
Supermicro, March 28th, 2017

Super Micro Computer, Inc. announced a new Rack Scale Design (RSD) solution that empowers cloud service providers, telecoms, and Fortune 500 companies to build their own agile, efficient, software-defined data centers. Supermicro RSD is a total solution comprised of Supermicro server/storage/networking hardware and an optimized rack level management software that represents a superset of the open source RSD software framework from Intel and industry standard Redfish RESTful APIs developed by DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force).

Supermicro RSD solves the hardware management and resource utilization challenges of data centers, large or small, often with tens of thousands of servers distributed in hundreds of racks using traditional 1-to-1 server management tool IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface). Designed with the whole rack as the new management unit in mind, Supermicro RSD leverages open Redfish APIs to support composable infrastructure and enable interoperability among potential RSD offerings from different vendors. With industry standard Redfish APIs, Supermicro RSD can be further integrated into data center automation software such as Ansible, Puppet or private cloud software such as OpenStack or VMware.
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27 Mar 2017 Summary of Upcoming South Florida IT Events [61655]
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26 Mar 2017 Build a RESTful CRUD API in seconds. [61680]
Tuesday, March 28th, 2017: 6:30 PM to ..

Palm Beach Tech Space - West Palm Beach

As a Front End Developer, I often need to work with data that doesn't exist yet. Everything is spec'd out, but the back end team can't create the API for another week or two. But, I still have to produce the front end that pulls data. -

Well those days of waiting are over. We don't need the back end team to get the design pulling "real" data. We can quickly create a RESTful api with full CRUD ability using Node and JSON-Server.

Stop by and see my latest project, Futurama DataBase (FDB). I will show you how you can build you own RESTful API, and how I utilized it in my project!

Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson, Adnan Dado Kljuco, Damian Montero, Dang, Joseph Russo, Stephanie Buzano, Victor Carreno
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19 Mar 2017 Build a RESTful CRUD API in seconds. [61638]
Tuesday, March 28th, 2017: 6:30 PM to ..

Palm Beach Tech Space - West Palm Beach

As a Front End Developer, I often need to work with data that doesn't exist yet. Everything is spec'd out, but the back end team can't create the API for another week or two. But, I still have to produce the front end that pulls data. -

Well those days of waiting are over. We don't need the back end team to get the design pulling "real" data. We can quickly create a RESTful api with full CRUD ability using Node and JSON-Server.

Stop by and see my latest project, Futurama DataBase (FDB). I will show you how you can build you own RESTful API, and how I utilized it in my project!

Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson, Adnan Dado Kljuco, Damian Montero, Dang, Joseph Russo, Stephanie Buzano, Victor Carreno
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