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About the workshop

This is a hands-on Introduction to Observability Workshop led by Honeycomb Developer Advocates, Jessica Kerr and Liz Fong-Jones. This workshop covers both the theory and practice of observability. There will be instructor-led breakout rooms where you will familiarize yourself with both Honeycomb and OpenTelemetry with hands-on exercises. Whether you are new to observability or Honeycomb, this workshop is a great way to get started with both. This is a live classroom style workshop - so bring your questions! 

Attendee Prerequisite(s):

This workshop requires basic programming knowledge in at least one language of: Java, Node.js, Python, .NET, or Golang. Attendees should have prior experience delivering and / or operating production software. Attendees must be able to join a Zoom webinar, including breakout rooms, and use a web browser to access both GitHub and the Honeycomb UI. A Honeycomb account is required (if you don’t have one, you can sign up for free). Note: Attendees will not be able to complete hands-on portions of this workshop without meeting these requirements.

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