Hi! Please kindly rsvp at the meetups below, not here 🙂
Our developer Jay Chen from Nulab's NYC office will be visiting in Singapore for a week.
25th Sept, Wednesday - Jay will share at the Singapore Kubernetes User Group. This will be held at NuSpace, with drinks (and pizza) as usual 🍺😉
Please RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/Singapore-Kubernetes-User-Group/events/264510711/
** Migrating from Monolith to Microservice **
Jay will share about how Nulab changed one of their products (Cacoo) from monolith backend infrastructure to microservices using Kubernetes, and the benefits/tradeoffs
26th Sept, Thursday - Jay will share at the GoSG meetup on "Building your web service into one binary file".
Please RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/golangsg/events/264447842/
** Building your web service into one binary file" **
Go applications are easily deployed because they are statically compiled. But it is tedious to manage many static assets (images, etc) that are needed in a web service. One solution is to compile the necessary files into a binary. Jay will share about using the go-bindata library (https://github.com/kevinburke/go-bindata) to build a single binary file that contains the server and website. And finally, how we dockerize it and deploy to a server.
Note: The GoSG event is not held at NuSpace, but at Shopee Singapore.
----- Speaker Profile -----
Jay (Yen-Chieh) is a software developer at Nulab’s office in NYC. He is part of the Cacoo team and works primarily with Java and Go. He recently helped to migrate Cacoo website's backend rendering system to the Golang-based Gin framework.