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GoSF - January 23rd

Note: Please be on time as outside doors to building will close (and lock) around 8pm.

7:00 Networking | Food | Drink
7:30 Every Day Carry - tools, tips, best practices
7:45 Speakers

- Talk 1: Tinkercad on Go: Low latency distributed systems
- Talk 2: C a Go Go (ecin)
- Talk 3: MemCachier on Go: Reigning in the memory manager

8:45 Wrap
9:00 End

Talk 1: Tinkercad on Go: Low latency distributed systems

Kai Backman, Co-founder & CEO of Tinkercad, will be on hand to talk about their use of Go and how it fits into the world's first browser-based CAD.

About the Speaker

Kai leads the Tinkercad team with kindness and strong vision. Once he gets this Tinkercad “side project” done, he’ll finish his robot.

Talk 2: C a Go Go

  • How to integrate a C library in Go
  • Use case: DTrace probes in Go

About the Speaker

ecin is a red shoe living in San Francisco.

Talk 3: MemCachier on Go: Reigning in the memory manager

The folks from Memcachier will be in to talk about how we use manual memory management for our cache service in Go, why we chose to do it, what we've gained as well as some challenges and how we've overcome them.

About the Speakers

Amit Levy is pursuing his PhD in computer science at Stanford. He has worked at Google and the Grameen Foundation, where he built and maintained production websites.

David Terei is also pursuing a PhD in computer science at Stanford. His research currently focuses on programming languages and security.

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    A former member

    Sounds like a great event! Any chance you can record it and throw it up on the web for those of us outside of NorCal?

    January 17, 2013

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