Golang Warsaw #47 - Golang Poland #13 [ENG] - Online

Nov 8, 2021 · Warsaw, Poland

Welcome, after a short break, to the 13th online joined meetup. We are going back to have the meetup **every last Monday each month**.

Sorry for last moment notice, but I need to move the event to 8 November 2021.

You can register here or https://www.meetup.com/Golang-Poland/events/281029111/

We are looking for developers to start the polish womenwhogo: https://github.com/womenwhogo/wikis/blob/master/starting-a-chapter.md Please let us know whether you are interested.

⭐ AGENDA

Please join our slack channel to post questions and discuss the talk topic: #poland on gophers.slack.com (https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org).

19:00 - 19:45 - Why you should write an Operator for your Kubernetes app, and how? - Chris Suszynski

19:45 - 19:55 - Your announcements (OpenSource project, event etc.),
Developer, engineer, lead lost & found (if your team looks for sb or you look for sth new) || Grab coffee or beer break

19:55 - 20:30 - Build your own telemetry collector with Open Telemetry - Patryk Malek [Sumo Logic]

Thanks to JetBrains User Group Support Program, we give away up to 3 licenses per meetup. Kudos to GoBridge for support.

⭐ TALKS

▪ Why you should write an Operator for your Kubernetes app, and how? [45] - Chris Suszynski

Have you heard about Operator pattern? Maybe you've thought it being some DevOpsy stuff, so why bother yourself?! Although, that's partially true, it pretty well describes what DevOps should have had been. Devs and Ops working together, Devs delivering solutions for Ops to use. You could, and probably should, leverage Operator pattern to engineer precisely how your app operates, deploys, scale, and make coffee on a production environment. The best part? You could do it in the language you love!

▪ Build your own telemetry collector with Open Telemetry [30] - Patryk Malek [Sumo Logic]

During this talk, we'll go step by step in building your very own Open Telemetry collector using the opentelemetry collector builder[1]
and we'll build a custom receiver and exporter showing how easy it is to customize your telemetry logic.

[1] https://github.com/open-telemetry/opentelemetry-collector-builder

🚀 SPEAKERS

▪ Chris Suszynski - Currently, I'm working at Red Hat on Openshift Serverless engineering team as a Senior Software Quality Engineer. I can describe myself as a software craftsman with 15+ years of experience in various technologies like Golang, Java, Ruby, and Python. My main focus is cloud native and Kubernetes development, as well as using good and clean architecture to create services. The open-source software is my chosen way to go, and I firmly believe in its

▪ Patryk Malek - short bio TBA

⚡SUBMIT YOUR TALK

The best way is to contact us on gopher slack, channel #poland:
@Wojciech (Wojciech Barczynski) or fill in the online form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTAkTCdU9buxtpvTHWe8c31n6K-RKi4bH-BZpZTop7Ox54Tw/viewform?usp=sf_link

⚡ PREVIOUS TALKS

▪ Recordings:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGttUF2KmcTU2fwH8wJ5srA/videos
▪ List of talks:
https://github.com/golangpoland/meetup_golang_warsaw

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