• High Performance Go Workshop with Dave Cheney
    http://dave.cheney.net/training High Performance Go is a half day workshop that teaches the foundations of writing Go (https://golang.org/) code that performs well at scale. After each section there will be ample time for questions from the students. Once all the sections are complete the remainder of the time will be dedicated to assisting the students in applying the material to their own projects. This workshop will be provided by one of our dotGo 2016 (http://dotgo.eu) speakers: Dave Cheney, Contributor to the Go project (https://golang.org/). Before registering, make sure to read all the info about the workshop at http://dotgo.eu/workshops . This workshop is only opened to dotGo 2016 attendees (we'll have a list to check your name at the entrance). You can still grab your ticket here (http://dotgo.eu/tickets). You may want to come at 1:45pm to grab your seat. At 2:05pm we'll let people on the waiting list in until we fill the venue. ------------------ Update from Dave, 6/Oct/2016 Hello, Firstly I want to thank everyone for the huge show of interest for this workshop. This is the first time I have presented this material and I'm extremely flattered by the response. Now, to address the elephant in the room. Le 39 offices can only accomodate a limited number of people, and similarly I can only teach a class with a limited number of people, so regrettably most of you on the waitlist will not be able to attend this course this time. Please accept my apologies if this is you. I want to ask everyone to please be respectful of the organisers of this workshop, dotConferences, myself, and your fellow Go enthusiasts who want to attend this workshop by doing two things: 1. If you have RSVP'd to this even and cannot make it, please un RSVP so that someone else may have your spot. 2. If you are on the waitlist, please understand that a few spots may open up over the next few days. When they do, meetup will notify you. I understand that if there are spare slots on the day from people who have RSVP'd but have not arrived by 1:45pm, that spot may be given to someone else. However, looking at how many people are on the waitlist, I don't expect this to be many spots, in fact there could be none at all. Please understand if you decide to come to Le 39 without an RSVP on Sunday you do so at your own risk and will most likely not be able to attend this course. Additionally, the training materials for this course are online, the link is http://dave.cheney.net/training The material for this course is distributed under a CC-SA 4.0 licence and encouraged to remix, transform, or build upon the material, providing you give appropriate credit and distribute your contributions under the same license. It's free, as in beer! Also, I'll be giving a presentation at the golang.io meetup on the 11th, you are welcome to join that event and ask me any questions you want. The link to register for that event is http://www.meetup.com/golangio/events/234090271/ Thank you again Dave ------

    Le 39

    39 rue beauregard · Paris

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  • dotScale 2016 before party
    Join other dotScale (http://www.dotscale.io) and dotSecurity (http://www.dotsecurity.io) 2016 attendees on Saturday, April 23, for an evening of scalability and security talks. And we want YOU to talk! Submit a 10-min talk here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YC1RGYotFZfJGOpZSrb6DQP9hR-vu8wGpysTaG_J-7s/viewform). The dotScale 2016 before party will happen at Deezer (https://www.deezer.com/company/jobs) HQ, 12 rue d'Athènes, 75009 PARIS, starting at 7:30 pm. You may want to come at 7:15pm to grab your seat. At 7:35pm, we'll let people on the waiting list in until we fill the venue. We'll provide pizzas, beers and soft drinks. This before party is only opened to dotScale and dotSecurity 2016 attendees (we'll have a list to check your name at the entrance). You can still grab your tickets here (http://www.dotscale.io/tickets). This meetup is co-organized with our friends of Datageeks Paris (http://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/Paris-Datageeks/) (you don't need to register to their meetup too, we're sharing the seats).

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  • Paris Tech Talks meetup #11
    We're currently looking for speakers. You can submit a talk for this edition or the next one HERE (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?usp=drive_web&formkey=dHc3OU12RFZoYnRibUN4VXJNZWFIWGc6MA#gid=0) ! Let's meet again in April for the 11th Paris Tech Talks meetup! You can expect our usual formula: around 4 technology-related talks and great networking while enjoying beers, soft drink and pizzas. The meetup will take place at Mozilla (https://www.mozilla.org/fr/) HQ, 16 bis boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris (https://www.google.fr/maps/place/16+Boulevard+Montmartre,+75009+Paris/@48.8721388,2.3389655,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x47e66e3ebb6fbb61:0xe8752d6580b17b64), starting at 7:30 pm. You may want to come at 7:15pm to grab your seat. At 7:35pm, we'll let people on the waiting list in until we fill the venue. Thanks again to Mozilla for having us!

    Mozilla HQ

    16 bis boulevard Montmartre · Paris

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  • dotSwift 2016 before party
    Join other dotSwift 2016 (http://www.dotswift.io) attendees on the night before the conference for an evening of Swift talks. And we want YOU to talk! Submit a 10-min talk here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YC1RGYotFZfJGOpZSrb6DQP9hR-vu8wGpysTaG_J-7s/viewform). The dotSwift 2016 before party will happen at Snips (http://snips.ai/) HQ, 18 rue Saint Marc, Building C, 75002 Paris (https://www.google.com/maps/place/18+Rue+Saint-Marc,+75002+Paris,+France/@48.8707129,2.3381566,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x47e66e3c08b7968f:0xbc8e30af3fe376fd?hl=en), starting at 7:30 pm. You may want to come at 7:15pm to grab your seat. At 7:35pm, we'll let people on the waiting list in until we fill the venue. We'll provide pizzas, beers and soft drinks. This before party is only opened to dotSwift 2016 attendees (we'll have a list to check your name at the entrance). You can still grab your ticket here (http://www.dotswift.io/tickets). This meetup is co-organized with our friends of Swift Paris (http://www.meetup.com/swiftparis/) (you don't need to register to their meetup too, we're sharing the seats).

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  • dotGo 2015 before party
    Join other dotGo 2015 (http://dotgo.io) attendees on the eve before the conference for an evening of Go talks. And we want YOU to talk: submit a 10-min talk here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1e1smTi2LMNAN9wzw15tOnUFXIfYgCGVGG18S_dMN5Lc/viewform)! The dotGo 2015 before party will happen at L'Incubateur Boucicaut (Logmatic.io (http://2015.dotgo.io/partner/logmatic) HQ), 130 rue de Lourmel 75015 Paris (https://goo.gl/maps/CZt9YJWwQss), starting at 7:30 pm. You may want to come at 7:15pm to grab your seat. We'll provide pizzas, beers and soft drinks. This before party is only opened to dotGo 2015 attendees (we'll have a list to check your name at the entrance). You can still grab your ticket here (http://dotgo.io/tickets). This meetup is co-organized with our friends of Golang Paris (http://www.meetup.com/Golang-Paris/).

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  • Paris Tech Talks meetup #10
    Let's meet again in October for the 10th Paris Tech Talks meetup! You can expect our usual formula: around 4 technology-related talks and great networking while enjoying beers, soft drink and pizzas. The meetup will take place at BlaBlaCar (http://blablacar.com/dreamjobs) HQ, 32 rue Blanche 75009 Paris (https://www.google.fr/maps/place/32+Rue+Blanche,+75009+Paris/@48.8788866,2.3316096,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x47e66e49a8a4ba55:0x95f959c0c70dfded), starting at 7:30 pm. You may want to come at 7:15pm to grab your seat. You can submit a talk for this edition or the next one here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?usp=drive_web&formkey=dHc3OU12RFZoYnRibUN4VXJNZWFIWGc6MA#gid=0)! Thanks again to BlaBlaCar for having us!

    BlaBlaCar

    32 rue Blanche · Paris

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  • [dotScale 2015 workshop] Datamine your body in the Cloud
    You will learn, test and try using a demonstration on how to quickly connect an Electro Cardiogram that generates events to a Predictive Analytics engine using the services of Bluemix and IBM's Business Analytic tooling. Schedule • Introduction: The Path to New Value with IBM Big Data & Analytics • The Big Data Market, Illustrated Use Cases and the future of Big Data & Analytics with Watson Analytics • Internet of Things & Wearable Connected Devices landscape • Datamine your body in the Cloud - Demonstration: Avert Critical Health Conditions Real-time streaming data combining the Internet of things with a connected device streaming data via a smart phone to the cloud to store data and perform analytical operations. - Technical breakdown • Introduction to Bluemix • Hands on Labs - Introduction to the lab environment - Lab 1: Using the Analytics for Hadoop Bluemix service to load and transform your data - Lab 2: Building an Internet of Things application to collect data from a simulated device • Predictive analytics with SPSS Modeler v17 - Lab 3: Create a Model to Predict Heart Failure with SPSS and deploy it using the predictive modelling service on Bluemix Pre-requisites: Please check them to be productive! • A reasonably-powered laptop with at least 4GB RAM with Wifi enabled • A Bluemix account. Get a new account here (https://ibm.biz/sitebluemix) • An OpenVPN (https://openvpn.net/) client. Download here (https://openvpn.net/) • A Microsoft Remode Desktop client. Download here (https://technet.microsoft.com/fr-fr/library/dn473009.aspx) Hosts: Benoit Barranco, Technical Leader Big Data & Analytics at the IBM Innovation Center Europe & Catherine Ezvan, Senior Certified Consulting IT Specialist - Cloud Software Technical Sales Client Technical Specialist If you'd like to know more about Bluemix, you can join the Paris Bluemix meetup (http://www.meetup.com/fr/IBM-Bluemix-Paris-Meetup/). More info at http://www.dotscale.io/workshops#ibm Registration to dotScale 2015 (http://dotscale.io) is not required to attend the workshop

    Web School Factory

    59 rue Nationale · Paris

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  • [dotScale 2015 workshop] Continuous Deployment pipeline with Git, Chef & Jenkins
    Welcome into the new world of IT, some Chef folks will walk you through using Chef Developement Kit (https://downloads.chef.io/chef-dk/), Git (http://git-scm.com/), Vagrant (https://www.vagrantup.com/), Test Kitchen (http://kitchen.ci/), Test Kitchen plugin to Vagrant (https://github.com/test-kitchen/test-kitchen) andVirtualBox (https://www.virtualbox.org/). Once we are up and running with a Chef 'Bento' VirtualBox VM image (http://chef.github.io/bento/), we will move to building the actual source VM image using Packer (https://packer.io/). Then the process will move to building a Jenkins (https://jenkins-ci.org/) server on this image. Of course we will do this on Linux first, then move on to builing on Windows. Obviously none of this would be any good without a git checkin of source code or running a sprinkling of ChefSpec (http://sethvargo.github.io/chefspec/), Foodcritic (http://acrmp.github.io/foodcritic/) and Serverspec (http://serverspec.org/) tests on our newly minted infrastructure. TDI we love you. Further, introduction to the new audit mode of the Chef client to validate what we have just built. Then we will move into deploying all our lovely tested code into one or two clouds (cloud providers are undecided at this time, and depend heavily on Wi-Fi internet access). If time allows we will start to automate all of this via our Jenkins server and start to look at how we would use the deployment infrastructure for audit and compliance of the now deployed infrastructure. If that is not exciting enough, then we will will have a few further exercises for the advanced folks, and maybe a few random surprises on what we can as a group achieve. Disclaimer: This content is being actively worked on. The actual content may change a little depending on how well it all fits together. Prerequisites: Find all the info at http://www.dotscale.io/Chef_Fundamentals_Requirements.pdf More info at http://www.dotscale.io/workshops#chef Registration to dotScale 2015 (http://dotscale.io) is not required to attend the workshop

    Web School Factory

    59 rue Nationale · Paris

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  • Paris Tech Talks meetup #9
    Get ready for the first Paris Tech Talks of the year. Expect our usual formula: around 4 technology-related talks (speakers to be announced) and great networking while enjoying beers, soft drink and pizzas. The meetup will take place at BlaBlaCar (http://blablacar.com/dreamjobs) HQ, 32 rue Blanche 75009 Paris (https://www.google.fr/maps/place/32+Rue+Blanche,+75009+Paris/@48.8788866,2.3316096,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x47e66e49a8a4ba55:0x95f959c0c70dfded), starting at 7:30 pm. As usual, we'll start at 7:30 pm, so you may want to come at 7:15pm to grab your seat. By 7:40 pm we'll start to let people on the waiting list get inside until we reach maximum capacity. There is a long waiting list. If by any misfortune you’re sure not to come, please keep in mind to change your RSVP. This would leave your seat to someone on the waiting list. People on the waiting list should show up at 7:30pm to see if there’s room to accommodate them. We’re quite confident we’ll be able to let in 10+ people on the waiting list. You can submit a talk for this edition or the next one here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?usp=drive_web&formkey=dHc3OU12RFZoYnRibUN4VXJNZWFIWGc6MA#gid=0)! We can already unveil 3 speakers (in no peculiar order): • Dimitri Fontaine (https://twitter.com/tapoueh) (Major Contributor of PostgreSQL (http://www.postgresql.org/)) on expert-level SQL • Victor Coustenoble (https://twitter.com/vizanalytics) (Solutions Engineer at DataStax (http://www.datastax.com/)) • Kevin Lovato (https://twitter.com/alprema) (Senior Engineer at ABC arbitrage (http://www.abc-arbitrage.com/)) on Zebus (https://github.com/Abc-Arbitrage/Zebus), a lightweight Peer to Peer Service Bus Thanks again to BlaBlaCar for having us!

    BlaBlaCar

    32 rue Blanche · Paris

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  • [dotSwift 2015 workshop] Building Frameworks with Swift
    In this workshop, you'll create a Swift wrapper framework around a small existing Objective-C library. In the process, we'll be learning how to vendor dependencies, writing code 'The Swift Way', documenting your interface, working around tooling limitations and even publishing your framework for the world to use. Prerequisites: Please check them to be productive! • You will need a laptop with Xcode 6.1.1 or later installed Hosts: JP Simard (https://twitter.com/simjp) and Marius Rackwitz (https://twitter.com/mrackwitz), engineers on the Swift & Objective-C Realm framework, both speakers at dotSwift More info at http://www.dotswift.io/workshops#realm

    Le 39

    39 rue beauregard · Paris

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