Jl. Riau No. 1 Menteng, Central Jakarta, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10350, Jakarta
SPACE IS LIMITED! If you're not able to come, PLEASE DON'T sign up!
Come, share, learn, socialize, and learn about Go with our special December Lightning Talks! We have three extraordinary, accomplished, and prominent Go developers from the Jakarta tech scene discuss and share three unique Go topics!
ABOUT THE LIGHTNING TALKS:
During this special Lightning talk meetup, GoJakarta will have 3 quick talks (approx. 20 minutes each) about Go:
1. Migrating Services to Go
First, Laith Abu-Rakty, the CTO of Snapcart and is currently migrating a number of services to Go, will discuss Snapcart's efforts to move from PHP and NodeJS on the backend to Go.
2. Running Go in Production
Second, AdHy Ngurajeka, the CTO of Steelytoe will discuss his experience deploying and running Go in production.
3. Concurrency & Go
Third, Pierre Rafiq a long time Go user and Go consultant in Indonesia will discuss Go's approach to Concurrency, and cover the strengths, limitations, and basic usage patterns in Go.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Pierre Rafiq is a 20 year Silicon Valley veteran, recently relocated to Jakarta. He provides consulting services on large scale mobile software architecture, software security, and analytics. Pierre also serves as chief architect and management consultant for several local startups. His professional website can be found at: http://pierreinjakarta.com
AdHy Ngurajeka is the current CTO of Steelytoe, an application for sports maniacs and the Founder of BugisDev, a developer community in Indonesia.
Laith Abu-Rakty is the CTO of Snapcart, a company that provides a mobile application where you can get cashbacks by taking photos of your shopping receipts. So, the more you shop, the more receipts you can upload, and the more cashback you will get! Install Snapcart today by visiting: https://snapcart.asia
GoJakarta is a monthly meetup group focused on examining applications,frameworks, and technologies written in the Go programming language. The Go programming language is an open source project to make programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction. Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It's a fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language.
EXTRA special thanks to Snapcart for hosting the event!
technology enthusiast, eager to learn something new