Hi there gophers! We are super excited to be back again at Level 1, 608 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney (Fishburners)
Food and Drinks supplied all thanks to the amazing Dgraph and Naviro teams, in the form of Pizza and Beer / Soft drinks. For our May Meet Up we are super excited to have...
Manish is the Chief decision maker at Dgraph. He got thrust into distributed systems right out of college, working on real-time web indexing system at Google. He then lead various projects to consolidate and serve knowledge graph right behind web search.
Talk Topic - Badger: New LSM key-value store to replace RocksDB
David is a programmer, public speaker, and author from Sydney, Australia. David has been a contributor to the Go project since February 2011 and is an organiser of GopherCon Denver. David currently works at Atlassian building Kubernetes infrastructure for their internal platform as a service.
Talk Topic - Concurrency made easy
Abstract: Go’s headline feature is its simple, lightweight
concurrency, but most Go programmers that stick with the language for
a while tend to look back on their early efforts and say things like
“wow, I really went overboard with channels” or “I went crazy with
goroutines, it was impossible to understand what the program did”.
Clearly, there is a disconnect between the concurrency primitives that
the language offers, and the expectations of many why come to Go for
exactly those features. This talk will explore some strategies for
using with concurrency in Go without the pitfalls.
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Look forward to seeing you there!
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