VMware {code} hackathon: VMworld 2017 Europe
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As of 09/05 at 11:45am Pacific Time, the VMworld Europe Hackathon is at capacity!

Please read carefully:

1. Are you registered in ScheduleBuilder for session VMTN6735E? Great, please make sure you also ADD YOUR NAME below to join or create a team.

2. Not registered in ScheduleBuilder? Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait to find out if additional slots will open up. Please DO NOT ADD your name to the spreadsheet so as to avoid overbooking the event.

There is a very slim chance we may open up a small number of additional slots over the coming days. Stay tuned!

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we sort out final attendee list.
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Important note to participants:
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Please make sure to register via ScheduleBuilder first before signing up below:
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Thanks!
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Team leaders & members:
Please make sure you bring a device and any software you will need, it will save more time for you to code! Join us on the #vmworld-hackathon channel on the VMware {code} Slack.
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Nr.Team nameDescriptionTeam leadRegTeam membersReg
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VMPalestineWhat are you trying to solve? (this can change on the night)Please add your name. Optional: add your key interests, secret powers, Twitter handle, or anything else your team members need to know. Thanks!

We have room for up to 10 teams. Each team can have up to 8 people (1 team lead + up to 7 team members).
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1Checky mcViewCheckImproving and expanding the Horizon View vCheck and maybe add some stuff to the community Horizon View Module as well.Wouter Kursten (View, PowerCLI @Magneet_NL)OKIvan de Mes (@ivandemes)OK5
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Hans Kraaijeveld (@hanskraaijeveld)OK
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Niels Geursen (@nielsgeursen)OK
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Pascal van de Bor (@Pheldoorn) - should know something about Horizon View ;)OK
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2Need for SpeedTake the best known PowerCLI script to date (vCheck), and make it run faster (and fix some issues on the way). Simple concept, starter to guru level coders can participate, easy to quantify the results. Start with a 15 min intro on performance improvements, discuss battle plan, then have fun coding!Luc Dekens (@LucD22) - PowerShell/PowerCLI/API/REST/Beer (<-- Belgian)OKLino Telera (@linotelera) - PowerShell/Javascript/Python/BeerOKFull8
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frederic Giovannacci (@fredG_work) - powerCLI newbie/BeerOK
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Ferran Espigares (@itsvmme) - no frills PowerShell consumerOK
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Karsten Bott (@azurestack_guy) -Powershell Nerd, vmxtoolkitOK
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Henrik Hansson (@henke_ha) - Powercli (kind of) newbie <- SwedeOK
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Stein Bjorndal (lurking at @steinb), old perl hacker/powershell literate/learning vRO/jack of all trades, Beer geek (<-- Norwegian)OK
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Stephen Byrnes (@weblogixit) - Powershell / SQL Hacker (Played with Powershell jobs, might be a idea to speed it up)OK
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3Join the Clarity SideGet to know the Clarity UI Framework that has recently been released as open source. Build a Website with working Login and some useful and fancy UI elements. End Goal is to have a Kickstart Appliance (running on Ubuntu) that will serve as pxeBoot host for staging ESXi hostsDario Dörflinger (@virtual_frog) - VCIX / Kickstart Scripting / PHP / Beer (<-- Swiss)OKNicole Fink - VMware Administrator / scripting newbieOK7
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Timo Sugliani (@tsugliani) - Random automation guy, wants to learn clarity with Mojitos/BeersVMW
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Oscar Carrasquero (@ocarrasquero) - Former tech guy, who joined the dark side, now a marketing guy, hope I can use my brain for good one more time. I'll be of little helpOK
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Chris Porter (@uprightvinyl) - infrastructure architect intrested in generally learning how modern web apps like Clarity are put togetherOK
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Daniel Pascua (@askdanp) - EUC architect. Solutions engineer. OK
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Kalli Schlauch (@KalliSchlauch )OK
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4Automation for AllAutomating the deployment of cool stuff using Ansible and hopefully producing something that can be shard on Ansible Galaxy!Philippe Dellaert (@pdellaert) - Ansible/Python/Go / Beer / Chocolates (<- Belgian)OKRobert Kloosterhuis (@thefluffysysop, full-vmware-stack jack-of-all-trades, know too little about too many things, complete scripting noob, good at asking annoying questions)OKFull8
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Kev Johnson (@kev_johnson - beer connisseur, hoping to learn loads about Ansible as I know *literally* nothing... Not sure what I can bring to the party other than enthusiasm!)OK
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Ozan Orcunus (@vOrcunus) - system architect with a high interest in devops mindset and infra as code concepts, random powercli scripter and virtualization guy.OK
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Chris Lewis (@thecloudxpert) - vExpert, VCIX6, all things SDDC and vRealise Suite - Ansible n00b - merc that may switch teams before the day 😄OK
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Orhan Biyiklioglu (@biyiklioglu) - ex-sysadm new cloud engineer.OK
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Laurent Borgognon (@lbggn / @BruksL) - beer expert - Ansible n00b but want to learn - random ScripterOK
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Nick Goldman (@nickgold) Interested in all Infrastructure automation. Looking to learn about ansibleOK
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5PowerTheVSANExplore the vSAN API and create some additional PowerShell functions to help monitor / automate vSAN Environments. Idea is these are in addition to existing PowerCLI cmdlets, rather than using what's there. Examples include health, object checks. See link to left for github with an example! Experienced or newbies looking to further their vSAN automation welcome!Jason Whitelock (@mitsumaui) - PowerCLI / REST / API / BeerOKFlorian Grehl (@virten) - vExpert (NSX & vSAN), Hosting Engineer, VMware/Linux Admin - PowerCLIOK5
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Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy) - PowerCLI, Python, REST, Beer, beards... basically anything but NTPVMW
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Ivaylo Ivanov (@ivgivanov) - Automation enthusiast (PowerCLI, vRO, REST). Pending slots for registration.OK
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John Mackessy - PowerCLI, bit of newbieOK
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Ather Beg (@AtherBeg) - PowerCLI / VSANOK
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6Security for Fun and BeerUsing powerNSX to found VM and apply nsx rules on it in case if security outage! scripting to remediate compromise VM. Newbie in security, scripting, vmware, *.* accepted :)Shah Mohsin WAHED (@sm_wahed)
- Random security and storage guy, wants to learn:) (@french)
OKJose Albino (@josealbino)- Network engineer with a go to atitude OK5
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Natti (@me_Natti) - Security nerd, complaince freak, CyberSec, completely newbie to codingOK
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Tobias Annegarn (xgadtan@fiduciagad.de) Newbie and wants to learn new stuff. Have not registered till now because of a full session. If there is any chance to join your group send me a Mail. OK
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Constantin Ivanov (@const_is) , vExpert, developer, Java, PowerCLI... Pending slots for registration.OK
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Ramkumar @ramakumara11, airwatch mdm architect, would love to join this team
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7One Pod To Rule Them AllCreate or extend a pod deployment script using PowerCLI to automate the deployment of a nested lab environment, using @lamw and my own scripts as a base (e.g. http://vexpert.me/125, http://vexpert.me/124)

Some ideas...
- Stretched vSAN?
- Cross vCenter NSX?
- vRA PoC?
- Your Idea Here!
- vROPS
- vRO
- LogInsights (incl. content packs)
- vRealize network insight
- GUI for the deployment
Sam McGeown (@sammcgeown) - VCDX, vExpert and cloud automation guy.OKSimon Eady (@simoneady) - vExpert - Powershell noob (but keen to learn more)OKFull8
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Anders Mikkelsen (@AMikkelsenDK) - vExpert, VMUG Leader - long time PowerCLI fan - always looking for new challengesOK
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Frode Garnes - vRO/vRA weatherman: Predicts clouds everywhere (<-- Norwegian)OK
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Grant Orchard (scrub)VMW
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Nick Bradford (bearded scrub)VMW
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Aylin Sali (@v4virtual) - Scripting and some programming... Have not done hands on for a long time, but missing it a lot. Pending slots for registration.OK
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Harold Preyers (@hpreyers) - BelgianOK
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8Physical World Monitoring and AlertingMake integration with physical world devices to monitor and alert about your VMware Environments. Examples: Analog Meters, Neopixels, Alarm Lights, Thermal Ticket printers, philips Hue lights, etc

We are on vmwarecode.slack.com channel #hackaton-eu-team8
Richard Garsthagen @the_anykey OKLars Troen (@larstr)OK7
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Eric De Witte (@vEDW) tinkerer, lousy programmer
(<-- also Belgian)
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Bert de Bruijn (@bert_db) VCP2..VCIX6, Arduino, Unix, not a programmer (<-- also Belgian)OK
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Ignacio Osete (@ignosgt) VCP4-6, Arduino, Linux, tinkerer, dusty Perl, some Ansible/Powercli but mostly code adapting/recyclingOK
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Bernt Torbjornsen (@koit12) VCP3-4, some Powershell/Javascript(vRO), Home Automation(Raspberry/Node Red), smurfOK
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Romain Decker (@woueb) - Random guy, Powershell and API.VMW
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9Perspectives in ClarityUse Clarity to try and bring back the Perspectives Webview functionality that Orchestrator used to have! Allow for a quick, simple, modern portal for presenting one or more workflows to an end user.Burke Azbill @TechnicalValues Founder/Author of www.vcoteam.infoVMWGiuliano Bertello (@GiulianoBerteo) - Disclaimer: no idea about Clarity and here to learn as much as I can. vRO, API & PSH experience. Couldn't book VMTN6735E but I really want to be in guys!VMWFull8
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Wanted: One or More people with Clarity experience with REST APIsJoerg Lew (@joerglew)VMW
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Christophe Decanini - no idea how clarity works but interestedVMW
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Andrea Siviero (asiviero@vmware.com) I play a little with Clarity so I may help.VMW
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Matko Dodig (@madodig) Lots of experience in vRO, but none in Clarity.OK
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Torsten Amshove (@torsten)
I already built a site to start orchestrator workflows - I know the problems of the vRO REST API ;-)
OK
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Benoit Serratrice (bserratrice@vmware.com) - Let's rebuild webviews!VMW
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