Scalable Production Microservices and Building a Search Engine for Fun & Profit

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Jl. Sultan Hasanudin No.47, RT.6/RW.2 · South Jakarta City

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XenSpace lantai 1, Gedung Victoria

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In an exclusive Scale Jakarta meetup, with our special host, Xendit, Khalil Ambiya, Lead Software Engineer from Xendit, will present "Scalable Properties of Production-Ready Microservices" , also Kenneth Shaw, CTO from Brankas, will present "Building a Search Engine for Fun and Profit".

The presentations will begin promptly at 7:00pm, and will end at roughly 8:45pm. There will be a short question and answer period after each presentation. Doors open at 6:30pm. Please come on time, before 7:00pm!

SPACE IS LIMITED! Please only RSVP if you are able to attend!


6:30PM -- Doors Open
7:00PM -- Introduction by Xendit
7:10PM -- Khalil Ambiya - Scalable Properties of Production-Ready Microservices
7:50PM -- Q&A
8:05PM -- Kenneth Shaw - Building a Search Engine for Fun and Profit
8:45PM -- Q&A


Khalil Ambiya, a Lead Software Engineer from Xendit, will present about Scalable Properties of Production-Ready Microservices, in which he will explain how scalability will be addressed on loosely coupled services, and what are the questions that we should ask when we're building a scalable microservices.
Khalil has previously worked at PT. Timedoor Indonesia as Backend Developer and currently working in Xendit as a lead software engineer since 2017.
He holds his Bachelor of Science from Institute Teknologi Bandung.
Presentation will be in Bahasa Indonesia.

Kenneth Shaw, CTO from Brankas, will present about building a search engine for fun and profit.
Ken has spent the last 15 years building highly scalable payment and transaction systems using a variety of programming languages and frameworks. Ken is the author of a number of popular Go Packages (chromedp, xo, and usql), and has been actively programming in Go since late 2012. Presented in English.

Scale is a monthly meetup group focused on the art and practice of building large scale computing infrastructure in Jakarta, Indonesia. Scale invites speakers from around Asia and the World to share their knowledge and experience with the greater technology community in Indonesia. Scale's technical topics cover everything from Microservices, DevOps, Programming Languages, Development Processes, Systems Architecture, Automation, Deployments, Coordination, Configuration Management, Cloud Computing Infrastructure, to other technical aspects associated with building and running applications that scale to thousands, millions, or hundreds of millions of active users.

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