• Dublin Microservices June Meetup!

    HBC Tech Dublin

    After returning last month we are delighted to get the community together again - lets hear from more fantastic speakers and have some great conversations around our favourite subject - Microservices! Our twitter account: https://twitter.com/microservicedub - please follow to get updates pre and post event! Speaker 1: Eoin Shanaghy - CTO at FourTheorem. Title: Adopting Serverless and Getting to Production Faster As with any emerging technology, early adopters of serverless are finding gaps in the tooling required to get started and iterate quickly. It also takes time to experiment and find the best patterns and practices. A certain amount of fear and trepidation is understandable as you embark on your serverless journey! How do I do logging and monitoring? What's the best way to do continuous deployment? What databases should I use and when? What tools should I use to build my serverless application? Should I use one repository per service or monorepo? These are just some of the hard decisions to be made and every one has the potential to slow you down and steer you off course as you push to get to production. We have combined our experience in building production serverless systems with learnings from the community to create a set of best practices and tools. This is all put together in SLIC Starter, a production-grade open source serverless project that helps you to learn and get a complete system into production quickly. Speaker 2: Alan Quigley - UI Engineer at Swrve. Title: React Apps with GraphQL A look at how GraphQL has changed our approach to frontend state management, testing and improved our overall developer experience. Bios of our speakers: -Eoin is the CTO and co-founder of fourTheorem. He is an architect and developer with experience in building and scaling systems for startups and large enterprises. Eoin has been learning and building with many technologies from CORBA-based distributed systems in 2000 to full-stack container and serverless applications of late. Eoin is the author of "AI as a Service", a book on serverless platforms with managed AI from Manning Publications (http://www.aiasaservicebook.com) Having worked building products in a lot of fun and interesting sectors from banking and telecoms to video streaming and entertainment, Eoin co-founded fourTheorem to take that experience and share it with customers and the community! -Alan Quigley is an experienced UI Engineer. He works with Swrve and is responsible for their frontend architecture and development approach. Agenda: 18:30 - Doors Open / Networking 19:00 - Start Intro 19:05 - Eoin Shanaghy - CTO at FourTheorem 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks, Food 20:15 - Alan Quigley - React Apps with GraphQL 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker 21:00 - Wrap up Voxgig (www.voxgig.com) will be hosting an after event drink in the Sandymount Hotel afterwards to continue the conversations! Subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletters also. See you there!

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  • Dublin Microservices May Meetup!

    HBC Tech Dublin

    We are back!! After a little break from meetings - we are ready to hear from some fantastic speakers and have some great conversations around our favourite subject - Microservices! Our twitter account: https://twitter.com/microservicedub - please follow to get updates pre and post event! Speaker 1: Richard Rodger - CEO Voxgig - "We used microservices from day one, and it almost worked!" When you have the opportunity to build a large greenfield software system, should you use microservices from the start, or should you build a traditional monolith first? Twelve months ago, we chose microservices. Here’s the story what happened next ... Speaker 2: Cesar Valdez - Self-deployable Javascript Application It won’t be cool to write applications that knowns how to get deployed itself into your Kubernetes/Openshift cluster for you?, Or where we can't distinguish between local runtime from cloud runtime because we have an abstraction that hide this complexity from us and we don’t longer care?. In this talk I want to share with you an experimental Node.js library I’m working on in my free time, which basically transform your application into a self-deployable container running in your cloud or on somebody else computer. Agenda: 18:30 - Doors Open / Networking 19:00 - Start Intro 19:05 - Richard Rodger - We used microservices from day one, and it almost worked! 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks, Food 20:15 - Cesar Valdez - Self-deployable Javascript Application 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker 21:00 - Wrap up Voxgig (www.voxgig.com) will be hosting an after event drink in the Sandymount Hotel afterwards to continue the conversations! Subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletters also. See you there!

  • Marco Troisi and Lewis Denham-Parry are speaking at our last meetup of 2018!

    Our twitter account: https://twitter.com/microservicedub - please follow to get updates pre and post event! Speakers: Marco Troisi and Lewis Denham-Parry **** Sponsor : https://www.singlepoint.ie/ Singlepoint powers digital transformation through technology that delivers real business agility and drives business advantage. We help organisations exploit and accelerate their digital capabilities in order to compete and really win, irrespective of outdated legacy systems and complex IT landscapes.We’re experts in technical consulting and technical delivery, leveraging new and innovative technologies to drive digital growth and build real business advantage. In 2017 we won IT Architecture Team of the Year at Tech Excellence Awards in Dublin. Though we are now an established company, we have never lost our start up spirit or our need to see change happen quickly with quantifiable results. Our core areas of expertise include: Digital enablement & acceleration, AI & Machine Learning, Cloud, Operational Excellence and Expertise on Demand. We work across different geographies - in Ireland, the UK and the US for multi nationals, large enterprises and SME’s, keen to optimise their digital capabilities. ***** AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking 19:00 – START 19:05 – Intro to first guest speaker 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks, Food 20:15 : Second Guest Speaker 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker www.voxgig.com will be hosting an after event drink in the sandymounthotel.ie Follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/MicroserviceDub ) and subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletter !!!

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  • Scaling CQRS (Naeem Sarfraz); and Event-driven Microservices (Fabrizio Fortino)

    Our twitter account: https://twitter.com/microservicedub - please follow to get updates pre and post event! Our talks and speakers this month: First Talk: Scaling applications with CQRS Build it and they will come but when they do, your application grinds to a halt. Too often scalability requirements are an after-thought and quite often the choice of database appears to be a limiting factor. In this talk we'll look at different ways to apply the CQRS pattern when you're faced with the challenge of scaling your existing application. Examples will be in .NET using C# although the principles are technology agnostic. Naeem Sarfraz https://twitter.com/naeemsarfraz http://uk.linkedin.com/in/naeemsarfraz Naeem is an independent Software Engineer & Architect currently working on distributed systems in healthcare. Over the past few years his particular interests lie in using domain-driven design and event-driven architectures to deliver complicated and scalable solutions. At other times you'll find him riding horses, firing arrows, and sometimes both at the same time. Second Talk: Event-driven Microservices In this talk, I will describe the evolution of the HBC architecture from a big monolith to microservices with streams. During this journey, we have seen different data usage patterns that lead us to rethink how to handle data between services. The presentation explains the reasons we picked Kafka as Streaming Hub and the use of Kafka Streams to avoid common anti-patterns, streamline development experience, improve resilience, enhance performances and enable experimentation. A step-by-step example will be presented to introduce the Kafka Stream DSL and understand what happens under the hood of a stateful streaming application. Fabrizio Fortino https://twitter.com/fabriziofortino https://www.linkedin.com/in/fabriziofortino/ **** Sponsor : https://www.singlepoint.ie/ Singlepoint powers digital transformation through technology that delivers real business agility and drives business advantage. We help organisations exploit and accelerate their digital capabilities in order to compete and really win, irrespective of outdated legacy systems and complex IT landscapes.We’re experts in technical consulting and technical delivery, leveraging new and innovative technologies to drive digital growth and build real business advantage. In 2017 we won IT Architecture Team of the Year at Tech Excellence Awards in Dublin. Though we are now an established company, we have never lost our start up spirit or our need to see change happen quickly with quantifiable results. Our core areas of expertise include: Digital enablement & acceleration, AI & Machine Learning, Cloud, Operational Excellence and Expertise on Demand. We work across different geographies - in Ireland, the UK and the US for multi nationals, large enterprises and SME’s, keen to optimise their digital capabilities. ***** AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking 19:10 – First Talk, followed by Q&A 20:00 – Drinks and Food 20:10 – Second Talk, followed by Q&A 21:00 – After event drinks and chat Please follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/voxgig ) and subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletter for tech speakers ( https://www.voxgig.com/~c/newsletter/ )

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  • Daniel Bryant, Steve Poole & Graham Charters

    Gilt Groupe Dublin

    Daniel Bryant works as an Independent TechConsultant & Product Architect at Datawire. https://twitter.com/danielbryantuk/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielbryantuk/ What is a Service Mesh, and Do I Need One for 'Cloud Native' Applications" Abstract: While service meshes may be the next "big thing" in microservices, the concept isn't new. Classical SOA attempted to implement similar technology for abstracting and managing all aspects of service-to-service communication, and this was often realized as the much-maligned Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). Several years ago similar technology emerged from the microservice innovators, including Airbnb (SmartStack for service discovery), Netflix (Prana integration sidecars), and Twitter (Finagle for extensible RPC), and these technologies have now converged into the service meshes we are currently seeing being deployed. In this talk, Daniel Bryant will share with you what service meshes are, why they are (and sometimes are not) well-suited for microservice deployments, and how best to use a service mesh when you're deploying microservices. This presentation begins with a brief history of the development of service meshes, and the motivations of the unicorn organisations that developed them. From there, you'll learn about some of the currently available implementations that are targeting microservice deployments, such as Istio/Envoy, Linkerd, and NGINX Plus. Steve Poole : Developer Advocate, DevOps practitioner (what ever that means) Long time IBM Java developer, leader and evangelist. https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-poole-47780310/ Graham Charters is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member and WebSphere Applications Server Developer Advocacy Lead based at IBM's R&D Laboratory in Hursley, UK. https://www.linkedin.com/in/gcharters/ Title: Are you ready for Cloud Native Java? Abstract: Cloud Native. It's a great term, one that promises significant benefits for Java developers and Java applications. However there are traps for the unwary traveller undertaking this journey. It's best to be prepared and forewarned. In this talk hear more about what Cloud Native Java looks like, and how it can differ from what you might be expecting. From application to JVM to hosting environment, there are challenges to face and obstacles to overcome before you've reached your goal. Whether a new starter or an old hand, this session will leave you thinking differently about Cloud Native Java! (Note: this talk may contain MicroProfile or OpenJ9 ) ** Platinum Sponsor : https://www.singlepoint.ie/ Singlepoint powers digital transformation through technology that delivers real business agility and drives business advantage. We help organisations exploit and accelerate their digital capabilities in order to compete and really win, irrespective of outdated legacy systems and complex IT landscapes.We’re experts in technical consulting and technical delivery, leveraging new and innovative technologies to drive digital growth and build real business advantage. In 2017 we won IT Architecture Team of the Year at Tech Excellence Awards in Dublin. Though we are now an established company, we have never lost our start up spirit or our need to see change happen quickly with quantifiable results. Our core areas of expertise include: Digital enablement & acceleration, AI & Machine Learning, Cloud, Operational Excellence and Expertise on Demand. We work across different geographies - in Ireland, the UK and the US for multi nationals, large enterprises and SME’s, keen to optimise their digital capabilities. ***** AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking 19:00 – START 19:05 – Intro to first guest speaker 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks, Food 20:15 : Second Guest Speaker 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker www.voxgig.com will be hosting an after event drink in the sandymounthotel.ie Follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/MicroserviceDub ) and subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletter !!!

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  • DMS June Alan Mac Kenna - Serve IT Consultant & Mark Ogilvie, Párolla MD

    DMS - June 2018 : GDPR- EU DATA PROTECTION REGULATION PRESENTATION,SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR IT SECTOR. First Guest Speaker: Alan Mac Kenna - Serve IT Consultant https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanmackenna/ https://twitter.com/alanmackenna Alan is a Data Protection Officer and Software Engineer. He has over fifteen years software development experience building web applications, has co-founded a news verification start-up and specialises in helping the recruitment sector meet their web and data protection needs. The talk: GDPR for Developers GDPR is the new EU Data Protection regulation. It affects how businesses collect and use the personal information of individuals that they provide goods or services to. Beyond the business processes needed to be accountable under the regulation, technical teams are key to developing solutions with a Privacy by Design approach that meets and enables the rights of individuals. In this talk, we will look at those rights and explore how applications can be designed to accommodate them. Second Guest Speaker : Mark Ogilvie - Managing Director of Párolla https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-ogilvie/ Talk title : Implementing GDPR in a Payroll System Mark is a founder of Párolla, a cloud based payroll system integrating with Xero. Párolla was written to implement the requirements of GDPR from its inception. In this presentation Mark will outline how Párolla approaches the collection, processing, and expiration of data subject information in a Symfony application environment. *** Platinum Sponsor : https://www.singlepoint.ie/ Singlepoint powers digital transformation through technology that delivers real business agility and drives business advantage. We help organisations exploit and accelerate their digital capabilities in order to compete and really win, irrespective of outdated legacy systems and complex IT landscapes. We’re experts in technical consulting and technical delivery, leveraging new and innovative technologies to drive digital growth and build real business advantage. In 2017 we won IT Architecture Team of the Year at Tech Excellence Awards in Dublin. Though we are now an established company, we have never lost our start up spirit or our need to see change happen quickly with quantifiable results. Our core areas of expertise include: Digital enablement & acceleration, AI & Machine Learning, Cloud, Operational Excellence and Expertise on Demand. We work across different geographies - in Ireland, the UK and the US for multi nationals, large enterprises and SME’s, keen to optimise their digital capabilities. ***** ALL WELCOME !!! AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking / Grab a Drink 19:00 – START 19:05 – Intro to first guest speaker - Alan Mac Kenna 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks, Food & networking ! 20:15 : Second Guest Speaker - Mark Ogilvie 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker www.voxgig.com will be hosting an after event drink in the sandymounthotel.ie Be sure to follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/MicroserviceDub ) and subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletter !!! IMPORTANT: Please note that Meetup.com is incorrectly displaying the location on their map. The location is here: Gilt Groupe, 2 Shelbourne Buildings, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4 · Dublin (circled above). Google Maps: https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Gilt+Groupe+Dublin/@53.3322839,-6.233203,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x48670ec167d21235:0x522d880c10816c2d!8m2!3d53.3322807!4d-6.2310143?hl=en

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  • DMS May - Adrian Trenaman:SVP Engineering & Chris Chedgey Co-Founder & CEO

    DMS - May 2018. First Guest Speaker: Adrian Trenaman SVP Engineering @HBC, Gilt & Committer Apache Karaf As SVP Engineering, HBC Digital, Ade leads the engineering and infrastructure teams for Gilt in New York and Dublin. He is an experienced, outspoken software engineer, communicator and leader with over 20 years of experience working with teams throughout Europe, US and Asia in diverse industries such as financial services, telecoms, retail, and manufacturing. Talk : Lambda Architectures: a Snapshot, a Stream, & a Bunch of Deltas We all got so excited about breaking apart our monoliths and liberating our microservices. At HBC Tech, our work on luxury e-commerce experiences across gilt.com, saks.com, lordandtaylor.com, thebay.com and saksoff5th.com shows us that unconstrained, organic growth of microservice architectures can lead to a system with high numbers of inter-service dependencies (some of them hidden!), and deep call stacks. We asked ourselves the question: “how can we architect, build and run our services resiliently and at scale so that they can respond to requests without any immediate downstream dependencies?” In this talk I’ll give examples of these architectures in practice in our product, pricing, inventory and search services, the technology choices that have stuck: AWS Kinesis, AWS S3, AWS Lambda, Elasticache, an d Calatrava. I’ll discuss how we’re making our way towards adopting Kafka as our backbone streaming implementation. And, I’ll show how we’ve begun to apply the techniques not just internally but also with external third-party vendors to keep our runtime dependencies low. Second Guest Speaker : The Speaker - Chris Chedgey Co-Founder & CEO at Structure101 Chris Chedgey is co-founder, product designer, and developer at Structure101. Chris has also worked on large military and aerospace systems in Europe and Canada. He has spoken at many user groups and conferences including Oredev, JavaOne, JAX, Javaland, 33rd Degree, JFocus, and Devoxx. Title : Bridging the divide between architecture and code Static diagrams on wikis and white-boards don’t help programmers to understand how the code they’re working on right now relates to the architecture. This is a huge problem! It is individual lines of code that make or break an architecture, and architecture should help teams develop a simpler, more flexible codebase, faster. Worse, invisible structures that emerge from thousands of inter-dependent lines of code become increasingly complex and fight against development. “Structure101 Workspace” – just announced - provides a live visualization, inside the IDE, of the detailed code the programmer is working on, in the context of the overall architecture, and validates conformance as the code is edited. The talk explains how this can help to rein in emergent structures and gradually transform them into a cogent, defined architecture that actively helps developers as they toil at the code-face. AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking / Grab a Drink 19:00 – START 19:05 – Intro to first guest speaker 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks, Food & networking ! 20:15 : Second Guest Speaker 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker www.voxgig.com will be hosting an after event drink in the sandymounthotel.ie Be sure to follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/MicroserviceDub ) and subscribe to our www.voxgig.com newsletter !!! IMPORTANT: Please note that Meetup.com is incorrectly displaying the location on their map. The location is here: Gilt Groupe, 2 Shelbourne Buildings, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4 · Dublin (circled above). Google Maps: https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Gilt+Groupe+Dublin/@53.3322839,-6.233203,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x48670ec167d21235:0x522d880c10816c2d!8m2!3d53.3322807!4d-6.2310143?hl=en

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  • DMS April - Michael Hausenblas, OpenShift -Red Hat & Denis , Auto Microservices

    Dublin microservices Meetup - April 2018. Guest Speakers: Michael Hausenblas, Developer Advocate OpenShift by Red Hat @mhausenblas http://openshift.com | http://mhausenblas.info Michael is a Developer Advocate for Go, Kubernetes, and OpenShift at Red Hat where he helps appops to build and operate distributed services. His background is in large-scale data processing and container orchestration and he's experienced in advocacy and standardization at W3C and IETF. Before Red Hat, Michael worked at Mesosphere, MapR and in two research institutions in Ireland and Austria. He contributes to open source software (mainly using Go), speaks at conferences and user groups, blogs, and hangs out on Twitter too much. ## Talk Title: "Troubleshooting and profiling microservices" Abstract: You’ve successfully build a microservices-based application and maybe already have it deployed, running it in production? How about observability? Performance and latencies? Do you know which of your services is a bottleneck or drops request? In this talk we will talk about troubleshooting and profiling containerized microservices using the Prometheus/Grafana combo as well as OpenTracing-based tools such as Jaeger (a distributed tracing tool). We review common problems and patterns and demo how you can go about day 2 operations in a Kubernetes environment, from a developer-perspective. Speaker : Denis Rosa https://www.linkedin.com/in/deniswsrosa/ https://twitter.com/deniswsrosa Bio: Speaker and Developer Advocate at Couchbase, Denis is a NoSQL evangelist and has been developing software professionally for +14 years. He is a Java Specialist, AWS Certified Solutions Architect, a huge enthusiast of online platforms and an early adopter by nature. Abstract: Autonomous Microservices Everybody loves Microservices, but it is difficult to make it right. Distributed systems are much more complex to develop and maintain, and over time, we even miss the simplicity of old monoliths. In this talk, I propose a combination of Infrastructure, architecture, and design principles to make your microservices bulletproof and easy to maintain with a combination of high scalability, elasticity, fault tolerance, and resilience. This session will also include a discussion about some microservices blueprints like asynchronous communications, how to avoid cascading failures in synchronous calls, and how distributed NoSQL databases become valuable in terms of scalability and performance when combined with your microservices in a Kubernetes deployment. Hey everyone! AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking / Grab a Drink 19:00 – START 19:05 – Intro to first guest speaker 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks & Food. This is your time to meet other members and network! 20:15 : Second Guest Speaker (TBA) 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker As always there will be pizza and Metalman Craft Beer to enjoy! GREAT NEWS TO RELAX N CHILL ! metsitaba.com ( http://www.metsitaba.com/ ) will be hosting an after event drink in the sandymounthotel.ie Be sure to follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/MicroserviceDub ) and subscribe to our metsitaba.com ( http://www.metsitaba.com/ ) newsletter !!! Any member who would like to submit a talk for an upcoming meetup, please chat to any of the organisers on the night. IMPORTANT: Please note that Meetup.com is incorrectly displaying the location on their map. The location is here: Gilt Groupe, 2 Shelbourne Buildings, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4 · Dublin (circled above). Google Maps: https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Gilt+Groupe+Dublin/@53.3322839,-6.233203,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x48670ec167d21235:0x522d880c10816c2d!8m2!3d53.3322807!4d-6.2310143?hl=en

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  • Dublin microservices March; Sean Farmar & Peter Poliwoda

    Gilt Groupe Dublin

    Dublin microservices Meetup - March 2018. Guest Speakers: Sean Farmar, Particular Software: How can Monitoring Save your Bacon. Peter Poliwoda, A few life hacks !!! -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest details: Sean Farmar @farmar seanfarmar.com Title: How can monitoring save your bacon. We usually think of monitoring as something the Operations team will take care of, and in a monolith system that might be enough. However, when it comes to distributed systems and microservices we need to reconsider that approach as these systems are built to fail. As we build reliable distributed systems, our system may show up as running, but in reality may not functioning Let’s talk about how we can do a better job at keeping the light on and our systems running and functioning… Length: 50 minutes Questions: (optional) 10/15 minutes Practicalities Presentation from a mac laptop is preferred, but not necessary.I have VGA and HDMI adapters. Speaker Bio: Sean Farmar Sean Farmar holds the world record for answering the most NServiceBus questions - even more than Udi :-). With over 20 years of experience, he specializes in providing simple solutions for complex business requirements using NServiceBus and applying SOA principles inspired by Udi Dahan. As a solution architect with Particular Software,the creators of NServiceBus,Sean provides support, training and consulting for customers using NServiceBus and the Particular Platform. Blog: http://seanfarmar.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/farmar github: https://github.com/sfarmar LinkedIn:https://ie.linkedin.com/in/seanfarmar github: https://github.com/sfarmar LinkedIn:https://ie.linkedin.com/in/seanfarmar -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest details: Peter Poliwoda ​ http://peterpoliwoda.me @peterpoliwoda Full Stack Developer at IBM. Hobbyist designer. Front End, Mobile apps, and IoT. Curious first adopter of new tech. Title : I can present a few life hacks I made using IoT and JavaScript, and how I automated a manual testing process at IBM. Automate your life :Spotify, Ebooks, Dashboards, and Arduino Robots. How I use JavaScript with IoT to make my life easier and more fun. Hey everyone! AGENDA: 18:30 – Doors Open / Networking / Grab a Drink 19:00 – START 19:05 – Intro to first speaker 19:45 - Q&A available to speaker 20:00 - Drinks & Food. This is your time to meet other members and network! 20:15 : Second Guest Speaker 20:45 - Q&A available to speaker As always there will be pizza and Metalman Craft Beer to enjoy! GREAT NEWS TO RELAX N CHILL ! metsitaba.com ( http://www.metsitaba.com/ ) will be hosting an after event drink in the sandymounthotel.ie Be sure to follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/MicroserviceDub ) and subscribe to our metsitaba.com ( http://www.metsitaba.com/ ) newsletter !!! Any member who would like to submit a talk for an upcoming meetup, please chat to any of the organisers on the night. IMPORTANT: Please note that Meetup.com is incorrectly displaying the location on their map. The location is here: Gilt Groupe, 2 Shelbourne Buildings, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4 · Dublin (circled above). Google Maps: https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Gilt+Groupe+Dublin/@53.3322839,-6.233203,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x48670ec167d21235:0x522d880c10816c2d!8m2!3d53.3322807!4d-6.2310143?hl=en