Getting Started with Carolina CloudApps
Did you know ITS provides a platform for developing and deploying web applications? Carolina Cloud Apps provides a place to host and build apps for use with a variety of popular programming languages and frameworks.
Getting Started with Carolina Cloud Apps will teach you how to set up an application environment hosted in the Carolina Cloud Apps service. Participants will learn how to use version control software (git), the command line, and the Carolina Cloud Apps web console to make a sample application live in the cloud. No previous knowledge is required, but do bring your laptop.
Experts from the ITS Middleware Services team will be on hand to assist with the workshop.
- Tuesday, October 9, 2018
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Second floor
- Davis Library Research Hub
- Nathan Kelber
- Classes and Workshops
I joined Digital Research Services in 2018 after completing my Ph.D. in English at the University of Maryland. I provide technical expertise for digital humanities projects and work with researchers who wish to use library collections in innovative ways, such as online exhibits, digital mapping, and text mining. I also work closely with other campus units that support the digital humanities, including the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative and the Digital Innovation Lab.
Before coming to Chapel Hill, I worked as the Manager of Digital Projects at Detroit Historical Society and as an adjunct professor at Lawrence Technological University.