Have you built an app for Splunk? Or a custom command? Or are you just starting and want to share your “How I got started” story? From beginner to advanced we’re looking for developers to share their stories of how they are building new solutions for the Splunk platform. And since .conf20 is virtual this October, you don’t need to let any fear you may have of stages or bright lights keep you from being a presenter!
We’ve got details about the types of sessions we cover in this track — check out the Splunk Developer page in the Splunk .conf20 call for Papers Guidance. You can also watch this webinar to learn everything you need to know about .conf20 breakout content, including what’s new this year.
Take a look at any of these great Splunk Developer sessions from .conf19:
- DEV1173 - Python 3 Compatibility Dive: Don't Let Strings Byte You in the Apps – Learn which parts of your apps and scripts will have to be Python 3 compatible so you can run your code in latest versions of Splunk Enterprise!
- DEV1293 - Check-In SPL Rehab! How the SPL Debug Tool was built – As a developer, you can’t live without your debugger. But there is no SPL debug mode—except now in the SPL Rehab tool on Splunkbase. Learn about this great tool AND how it was built and how you can apply some of the same techniques yourself.
- DEV1270 - ‘Git’ Splunk App Management with Visual Studio Code – Looking for a great tool to help you manage your apps remotely and easily edit your remote Splunk configuration files directly from your laptop or desktop? And if you make a mistake, easily undo it? Watch this hands-on session and learn to manage and edit your files with Visual Studio Code.
- DEV1299 - The A to Z of Building Add-Ons! – In this hands-on session you will build an add-on from scratch in less than 20 minutes from start to finish including how to publish the app to Splunkbase so others can use it, too.
- DEV1308 - A Timely Development: I Built a Splunk App To Save Security Analysts Time - And So Can You! – Learn how Splunk makes it easy and realistic for you to bring your own ideas to life in a full-featured Splunk app with an interface that looks like it was created by a talented designer. Plus, hear about the pain-points encountered and how to avoid the mistakes made along the way!
Now that you know what we like in the Splunk Developer track, you’ve only got until May 20th to get you submission in! We’d love to hear your story!