May Meetup

May 1, 2018 · Cambridge, United States of America

Submit your talks (full-length and lightning talks) on http://papercall.io/bostongolang . All experience levels in public speaking and Go programming are welcome to give a talk!

• What we'll do
Meetup format (1-2 full length talks + 1-2 Lightning Talks)

6:30pm - Arrive, socialize, eat pizza

7:00pm - Talks begin

• Topics:

What we can learn from the Westworld Devops team? - James Hrisho

Last year I wrote a blog post about how HBO’s WestWorld software team is bad at XP and DevOps. With Season 2 out, I think its well suited to be revisited. With minimal spoilers, we’ll explore what went wrong and how you can prevent a complete utter meltdown like theirs in your organization. For the full article: http://jameshrisho.com/2017/03/the-westworld-software-team-is-bad-at-xp-and-devops/

End to end testing with golang - Adrian Witas

Unit testing dominates quality assurance delivered by engineers, and only a few take on end to end testing automation. It has felt that complexity and lack of tools are to blame. Moreover, ETL testing focus is significantly different than web service or UI app. Or is it? You might have used docker or application tester like selenium or HTTP/RESET runner, but this is just a small part of the story. Find out more about how to orchestrate and automate your testing system for various golang application types, either on the local box or the cloud, all with endly end to end functional testing framework.

As always, afterwards join us after to grab some drinks at Meadhall!

• Important to know
Boston Golang officially adopts the Go Code of Conduct (https://golang.org/conduct). Harassment, bullying, and discrimination are unacceptable here and if you witness or experience those or other harmful behaviors, please let the organizers know or email us at [masked]

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  • Boston Golang

    A forum for people working with Go to discuss ideas, issues and share solutions. We will start to put together meetings as the group grows and topics are suggested. Submit a talk proposal, or come join us in #boston on Slack at https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org Boston Golang officially adopts the Go Code of Conduct. Harassment, bullying, and discrimination are unacceptable here and if you witness or experience those or other harmful behaviors, please let the organizers know or email us at bostongolang@

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