Upcoming Events
October 30th at 5PM
Gitpod + AWS Developer Experience meet-up 🇩🇪
Hi, Munich!
Gitpod’s developer platform provides on-demand cloud development environments (CDEs) to create software faster and more securely. CDEs are pre-configured with all tools, libraries and dependencies needed to write and review code. They can be easily duplicated and shared across teams.
AWS (startups) From Airbnb to Zocdoc, the world's top startups build on AWS. But they didn't do it alone. So whether you're looking for help solving a technical challenge, hiring the right engineers, or finalizing a fundraising round, we have all the resources you need to get started. There’s a reason more startups build on AWS than any other provider: we're here to help you succeed, from inception to IPO.
Join us for an evening of networking with our community, (DevX) enthusiasts with pizza and drinks. This is an opportunity to connect, learn and collaborate with others in the community.
More details coming soon!
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Past Events
April 12th at 4PM
Developer Experience (DevX) meet-up organised by Gitpod - April 2023
Join us for an evening of networking with our users and (DevX) enthusiasts with pizza and drinks sponsored by us.
These are an opportunity to connect with others in the community and learn and share the best Gitpod practices and knowledge as well as developer experience (DevX) 🍊
Thank you to our friends at for hosting us!
What is Gitpod?
Gitpod is an open-source developer platform automating the provisioning of ready-to-code developer environments.
Designed for applications running in the cloud, Gitpod frees engineering teams from the friction of manually setting-up local dev environments, saving dozens of hours and enabling a new level of collaboration to create applications much more quickly than ever before.
Natively integrated with GitLab, GitHub, and Bitbucket, Gitpod automatically and continuously prebuilds dev environments for all your branches. As a result team members can instantly start coding with fresh dev environments for each new task - no matter if you are building a new feature, want to fix a bug, or work on a code review.
6:00 PM Doors open
6:30 PM Welcome!
6:40 PM Introduction to CDEs - Johannes Landgraf
7:10 PM Networking / food / drinks
7:40 PM Getting started with WASM in the Kuberverse - Max Körbächer
8:10 PM Closing remarks
8:20 PM Networking / food / drinks
9:00 PM End of meet-up
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