What we're about

Our goal is to share our software-development experience on any level from junior to senior. It is your stage. You can always start with 10 min talk. Let us know, whether we can support you.

Our homepage with a list of previous talks and workshops: https://github.com/golangpoland/meetup_golang_warsaw

You will find us also on (linked on our github):

▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/golangwaw

▪ Slack: #poland-warsaw gophers.slack.com

▪ FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1278049882223829/

▪ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/golang-warsaw-meetup

ps. The more source code the better in your talk :) It might be just few source files or --- the best --- a simple runnable project. We seek to encourage the community to go through your talk again, work with the code, and learn more on their own. We do not mind live demos :).

pps. Share your slides and code. What is there for you? Fame, github stars, FB/LI likes, and feedback.

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Naszym celem jest dzielenie się wiedzą oraz doświadczeniem w zakresie programowania na każdym poziomie, od juniora do seniora. Scena należy do Ciebie! Zawsze możesz zacząć z 10 minutowym talkiem. Daj nam znać jeśli możemy Cię w jakikolwiek sposób pomóc.

Chcemy, aby ten meetup należał do społeczności, cenimy sobie niezależność i zależy nam na utrzymaniu społecznego charakteru naszych spotkań.

Nasza “strona główna” z listą poprzednich prelekcji i warsztatów jest github:

https://github.com/golangpoland/meetup_golang_warsaw

Znajdziesz nas także na:

▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/golangwaw

▪ Slack: #poland-warsaw gophers.slack.com

▪ FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1278049882223829/

▪ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/golang-warsaw-meetup

ps. Im więcej kodu tym lepiej :) Może to być kilka plików źródłowych albo prosty projekt. Chcemy zachęcić społeczność do ponownego przejrzenia prelekcji oraz pracy z twoim kodem. Live Dema są mile widziane :)

pps. Nie zapomnij podzielić się z nami swoją prezentacją i kodem źródłowym. Zyskasz na tym sławę, gwiazdki na githubie, lajki na FB/LI oraz feedback.

➡️CONTACT

▪ Slack (primary): gophers.slack.com #poland-warsaw: @Kamil Pyrkosz , @Arek Noster , or @Wojciech

* Email: Wojciech Barczyński - wb@hypatos.ai

Upcoming events (1)

Golang Warsaw #41 - Golang Poland #7 - Online

Online event

Here comes the 7th online Golang Poland Meetup. Please let us know whether you can come here or on Golang Poland Meetup page: https://www.meetup.com/Golang-Poland/events/273948416 Speakers wanted! Would you like to join organizer team? Have an idea for memorable logo? Let us know :) ⭐AGENDA Please join our slack channel to post questions and discuss the talk topic: #poland on gophers.slack.com (https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org). 18:00 - 18:50 - Designing for Failure - Italo Vietro 18:50 - 18:55 - Your announcements (OpenSource project, event etc.), Developer, engineer, lead lost & found (if your team looks for sb or you look for sth new) / Grab coffee/beer break 18:55 - 19:30 - Ginkgo & Gomega - Alexander Egurnov 19:30 - 19:45 - Lighting talk - Paweł Zaremba Thanks to JetBrains User Group Support Program, we give away up to 3 licenses per meetup. ⭐TALKS ▪ Designing for Failure - Italo Vietro In recent years, we’ve been talking more and more about failure and resilience in a distributed system architecture. Unfortunately, failure has been neglected for quite some time in our industry. Systems have grown to be much more complex and challenging to deal with, especially in the Kubernetes era. With all this new complexity it comes the question: how can we design systems to be resilient and ready to fail? This is something that mission-critical systems always had to think of first, but many of our services (until today) neglect the importance of this. There are many concepts we can learn and use from other fields like electronics, aviation or naval industries that will help us be prepared for the unexpected. In this talk, I would like to talk about how to design a system for failure. What are the pitfalls and gotchas that we have to be prepared in a microservice environment? How can SRE principles help us get there? And most importantly, how do we put this into practice? ▪ Ginkgo & Gomega - Alexander Egurnov 🚀SPEAKERS ▪ Italo Vietro ▪ Paweł Zaremba ▪ Alexander Egurnov I’m a software engineer currently specialising in Go. My passion and expertise are in building fast, reliable and maintainable applications using best practices on both technological and social sides of the software development process. ⚡SUBMIT YOUR TALK The best way is to contact us on gopher slack, channel #poland: @Kamil Pyrkosz @Bartłomiej Klimczak @Wojciech (Wojciech Barczynski) or fill in the online form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTAkTCdU9buxtpvTHWe8c31n6K-RKi4bH-BZpZTop7Ox54Tw/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Golang Warsaw #40 - Golang Poland #6 - Online

Online event

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