Harbor at Windy KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023 - Chicago

The Harbor team at Windy KubeCon

October 26, 2023

Join the Harbor Team at KubeCon in Chicago!

We’re excited to share that we’ll be at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2023 in windy Chicago in the week of the 6th of November.

KubeCon Chicago

We hope you didn’t land on our page by accident so you know what Project Harbor is. The interesting part of the project is the diversity and all the great folks and companies being part of it you can check all that on the Harbor’s DevStats Page by CNCF.

In September, the Harbor team and CNCF also released the Harbor Journey Report to get more insides how the project evolved over the last few years, get some names who is behind the project, and how you can join us and make even better!

Yan Wang, Vadim Bauer and Orlin Vasilev will be in Chicago of the week of 6th of November(and before that on Rejects) and looking forward to engaging with users, contributors, maintainers, and those who are just curious to learn more about Harbor and what it does. We’ll be wearing Harbor t-shirts(a special Harbor t-shirt) throughout the conference, so if you see one of us please don’t be shy and say hello, and you can get the same T-shirt!

There are a few scheduled events/places to find us:

  • [Harbor Project Meeting]
    Monday, November 6 | 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm (local time)
    Location: Marriott Marquis Hotel Chicago - Level 4 - room: Statistics
    Connected to McCormick Place by skybridge. The skybridge at McCormick Place is on level 3.
  • Room limit is 20 people! *

Navigate from McCormick Place to Marriott

KubeCon Chicago

Kiosk information here

You can “book” a time with us on the Kiosk so we can expect you and be prepared for your topics!
πŸ“… Book slot here πŸ“…

We couldn’t be more excited to join the community at this fun event and meet many of you in person. On a personal level, these events are really what makes open source special: meeting those with whom you work on GitHub and Slack every day and discuss how to improve things moving forward in real life.

By the way, mention this blog post and come by the kiosk or project meeting we have some goodies for you :)

Orlin Vasilev
Harbor Community Lead