We like scaling big systems, do you?
ArchCamp is a meetup for engineers, by engineers. The goal is to talk about building systems (often at high scale) without having to listen to any sales pitches.
20 min - mingle & discussion about the last event
40 min - lightning talks 5 minutes. (laptop setup is on your time, not ours)
60 min - open discussion about the topic du jour
We have a meetup every 4 to 6 weeks
The cornerstone event for this meetup is the ArchCamp unconference. We are aiming to to this four or five times a year with smaller events in between.
~We talk about software~ For engineers, by engineers
Nov 7, 2012 · 7:15 PM
Awesome lightning talks! (No particular theme)
Usually there is a theme, but it has been too long and I can't think of one! Post your idea in the comments.
Talks thus far:
Adam Hitchcock on "nginx is the best http... Learn more
May 15, 2012 · 7:00 PM
Realtime web delivery, from backend to frontend.
Its been a long time since I gave a talk! So I'll be talking about how I made DISQUS realtime, this is a first pass at my EuroPython talk (i.e. rough draft and much... Learn more
Feb 7, 2012 · 7:00 PM
So you have collected some data, now what?
So, most of us have a lot of data and want to do something with it. This meetup will focus on techniques for getting the most from your data.
Our host this time is... Learn more
Nov 29, 2011 · 6:30 PM
Testing: automation and distribution for CI and CD environments
Oct 20, 2011 · 6:00 PM
A Bay-area unconference about backend architecture, scaling patterns, and specific technologiesused to build kick-ass systems.
~ Who? ~
You! ArchCamp is for hackers, by... Learn more