Happy to announce that we have a date for our next meetup, and that Sainsbury's is hosting us!
Save the date and join us for some amazing talks.
6:00pm - door opens, drinks + food + social
6:30pm - Snippets of Optimisation in Go by Astrid de Gaste
7:05pm - Go Detective - encrypt and decrypt data in an app using Go's crypto packages by Alice Cheung
7:35pm - Lightning talks: Why Decentralise Capital Markets and Why Do It in Go? by Tamlyn Rudolph & Edd Hannay
7:50pm - Discussion: Upcoming WWG book club
8:00pm - end of event
Astrid de Gaste
Astrid has been programming in Go for over two years as part of her first job in Tech. She comes from a background of mechanical engineering but has found a real passion for software engineering.
She is moving to a company that codes in Python soon and hopes to convert them to the joys of Golang. She's also a keen advocate of women in programming, trying to help as many women as possible get this field.
Alice uses Go to fight crime with Ravelin, an online fraud detection company. She’s always been a full time geek, but only became a full stack engineer following a career change in 2017.
When she’s not trying to break things at work, she can be found tinkering with Angular apps, providing marginal gains on a quiz team and on occasion, running for fun.
Sainsburys Technology Hub
33 Holborn, London EC1N 2HT Holborn · London
Salman from Sainsbury's and Eggya will be greeting you at the reception, in case we're showing the way, know that we'll be back to see you through. Please find WWG sign at the reception as there is another event going on in the building
A big thanks to our wonderful sponsor Sainsbury's Engineering (https://twitter.com/SainsburysEng) for making this happen!
If you'd like to give lighting talks we can definitely make room for you, just give us a shout at [masked]
This event is for anyone that identifies themselves as women and/or gender-minority publicly or privately.