In the first part of the series, I discussed our why behind organizing a community-driven event that was also the very first edition of Kubernetes Community Days in Mumbai. In this post, we'll dive into the juicy bits of how we went about setting the stage (very literally) for the
I'll be the first one to admit - I had absolutely no plans of writing anything about organizing community-driven events. After all, organizing one (and helping co-organize another, as a volunteer) didn't make me an expert. Additionally, as far as I was concerned, there was nothing new I could add
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