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Debugging Go Programs in Kubernetes (in-person and virtual)

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We are excited to meet in-person once again at SPS Tower! Real people and real pizza, what a combo! We want to continue to make our meetups virtually accessible and engaging for those who wish to attend remotely. Please reference "Public Safety Guidelines" below the agenda for details on attending in-person.

Join us for Debugging Go Programs in Kubernetes, presented by John Murphy, Principal Software Engineer, consulting at Optum.

Kubernetes is popular and complex, but no need to fear! This presentation will cover common issues such as pods not starting, debugging deployment resources, gaining visibility into problems interactively to take the guesswork out why a pod crashed, and techniques to attach a debugger to your go program in a container to step through your code.

Agenda

  • 6pm - 6:30pm: Networking, food & drink, and announcements
  • 6:30pm - 7:30pm: Debugging Go Programs in Kubernetes - John Murphy
  • 7:30pm - 8:00pm - Open Discussion

Located at SPS Tower. 333 S 7th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402
From street level, go up the escalator and take the elevator bank to the 8th floor.

The elevators are restricted at 6p. An SPS employee will be near the elevator to provide access to the 8th floor until 6:15p. If you arrive after that, please text 612-568-8380 and someone will come down to let you in. Thanks for your patience.

Interested in sharing at an upcoming meetup? We'd love to hear what you have to share! Contact the meetup organizers to get the ball rolling!

Public Safety Guidelines

Please reference current CDC guidelines for public gatherings and health self-assessments before attending in-person. We strongly encourage in-person attendees to be vaccinated but we will not require proof of vaccination. Similarly, we suggest in-person attendees wear a mask indoors. Our main concern is to protect everyone and maintain the safety of our office. If you have any questions or concerns with our recommendations, don’t hesitate to contact us. We also provide a virtual option, via Zoom, for those uncomfortable attending in-person.

https://www.meetup.com/golangmn/members/?op=leaders

If anyone has any problems or questions, feel free to text or call:

  • Jesse Lang - 612-568-8380
  • Andre Burgaud - 612-220-5687

Additional Resources

For Go specific events, announcements, training, and jobs in Minneapolis, check out this document (http://bit.ly/minneapolis-golang)!

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Join the local channel: https://gophers.slack.com/messages/minneapolis/

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How to run a Go Meetup (https://github.com/corylanou/go-meetup) - This is a great resource on how to run a Go meetup and resources to help you run your meetup.

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