See you at NixCon NA!

See you at NixCon NA!
NixCon NA 2014, Pasadena California
Join us at NixCon NA this year! Ryan Trinkle and John Ericson from Obsidian Systems will lead the workshop 'Continuous Integration Hands-On' on the first day of the event.

NixCon NA 2024 will be co-located with SCaLE 21x in Pasadena, California, marking the first time NixCon will be held in the US. This presents an outstanding opportunity for Nix/NixOS enthusiasts to learn, connect with global speakers, and potentially meet key contributors who shape the Nix ecosystem. It's also the perfect chance to join two members of our team and learn something invaluable for Nix-in-production.

At NixCon NA, Ryan Trinkle and John Ericson will demonstrate how Nix seamlessly integrates into CI and how easily you can set up the entire pipeline.
Registration for NixCon NA is still open, with a nominal fee to attend. Don't miss Ryan's and John's talk on Thursday, March 14th, at 3:00 PM PST, at the Pasadena Convention Center.

Enhance your project with state-of-the-art continuous integration (CI). With Nix, CI not only improves code quality but also offers automatic binary caching, streamlining development and deployment. Learn the basics, pitfalls, and tips for CI in Nix-based projects, and receive hands-on assistance to implement them in your own project. Our aim is for all participants to leave the workshop with a fully operational CI process in production.

Ryan and John are dedicated to ensuring that this workshop is valuable for everyone. If you're interested in joining, please take a moment to fill out this form to indicate the areas that interest you the most. Your input will help tailor the workshop to meet your needs and interests.


Ryan Trinkle, a founding partner of Obsidian Systems, specializes in Haskell, Functional Reactive Programming (FRP), and Nix. With prior experience in startups, he is actively involved in the Haskell community.

John Ericson, also from Obsidian Systems, is an active member of both the Nix and Haskell communities. With expertise in functional programming, he contributes to various OSS projects and plays a key role in the Nix team, responsible for maintaining and releasing the Nix package manager. John also serves on The Nixpkgs Architecture Team, addressing architectural issues within Nixpkgs.