The GIG : Gathering of International Gophers
You came all the way for the dotGo conference and will be in Paris on sunday 9th evening ? Feel like meeting the local crowd and other fellow gophers from around the world ? Then join the GIG : gathering of international gophers !
We're inviting gophers to meet and interact directly in an inclusive, non elitist, informal manner, through a series of lightning talks, followed by a time for chats, laughs, demos, non generic thinking and static dancing :>
Here are the gophers who raised their hands to share their interests and works :
• Martin Schoch (https://github.com/mschoch) will present bleve (https://github.com/blevesearch/bleve) : a search engine
• Sébastien Binet (https://github.com/sbinet) is up for talking about language interpreters or medical/high energy physics data acquisition and presentation.
• Karl Matthias (https://twitter.com/relistan), co-author of Docker Up and Running (http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920036142.do), will talk about service discovery with New Relic's Sidecar (https://github.com/newrelic/sidecar)
• Edoardo Paolo Scalafiotti (https://github.com/edoardo849) : Go on AWS Lambda (http://docs.aws.amazon.com/lambda/latest/dg/welcome.html)
• Anthony Seure (https://twitter.com/aseure), engineer at Algolia (https://www.algolia.com), will present the challenges of maintaining a golang client.
• Nicolas Grilly (https://github.com/ngrilly) will talk about Austin Clemens (https://github.com/aclements)' patch to reduce some GC latency (https://github.com/spion/hashtable-latencies/issues/13) situations.
• Fatih Arslan (https://github.com/fatih) will demo us the latest on vim-go (http://github.com/fatih/vim-go)
• You : topics are quite open, you could present a go project you worked on, a go project you're fond of, tell a story related to go, focus on a new feature from go 1.7, compare some features with other languages, or something else you think would be of interest : let us know.
We wanted to pick a location that matches the values of open knowledge and open source and it happens such a place exists in the center of Paris : La Paillasse (http://wiki.lapaillasse.org/) have agreed to host our gathering !
La Paillasse is an open shared space where biology and especially biotechnology meet Hacking. They propose several workshops in a DIYbio spirit, where technology is used as a way to introduce the science behind it. They are also a meeting point for members of groups like IA*Lab (http://ialab.net) or OpensourceEcology.org (http://opensourceecology.org).
Mindset & expectations
Membership to this meetup group is not mandatory but it will help you keep in touch with the latest news.
We'd like this event to be participatory, collaborative and creative : let us know about your comments, proposals and crazy ideas.
The Golang Paris interest group