If you are familiar with Go, you’re probably familiar with Bill (https://twitter.com/goinggodotnet)— an active contributer to the Golang community, co-author of Go In Action (https://www.manning.com/books/go-in-action), and creator of many Go training workshops (https://github.com/ardanlabs/gotraining).
At GopherCon 2016, Bill will deliver a new workshop about connecting microservices components using NATS (http://www.nats.io)—the simple, high performance messaging system written in Golang.
Special thanks to Cisco for sponsoring and providing WebEx for the Go Community to participate remotely. Streaming info is below.
Some of the core NATS engineering team along with community members who have real-life experience using NATS for microservices in their environment (like Andy Stone (https://twitter.com/stonean) of Bridgevine) will be onsite to help.
This will be a hands-on, engaging, educational workshop during the Hack Day free-for-all and is open to all who have registered for GopherCon.
Please RSVP to attend the workshop so we can prepare materials, and we’ll see you at GopherCon!
For those unable to join onsite at GopherCon, you can join via WebEx:
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