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Go Language meetups and more in the greatest city in the world!

Our purpose is to help build the Go community within NYC. We are here to support individuals by providing a safe platform for them to speak, listen, and learn. When not hosting a meetup, we will help promote and support our partner groups and events to help build awareness for all things Go in NYC.

Follow us on twitter at @golangnyc (https://twitter.com/golangnyc).

Events are Free for the Community

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Hands-On Workshop: DevOps for Go Developers - JFrog

Online event

Hands-on Workshop

Audience: Go Developers (all levels)

➤ DevOps for Go Developers - Batel Tova Zohar

Workshop Description

I'm sure you have heard that the Go language is playing an increasingly important role in DevOps. This can make it really difficult to get your feet underneath you on an unfamiliar landscape. What does DevOps really mean? I’ll answer all of these questions (and more) during this hands-on workshop, we will create a Go repository manager with our Free DevOps Tools to create a Go project and run it while also setting up an end-to-end DevOps solution to automate your build artifact storage, vulnerability detection, testing, and deployment.


1. When you arrive at the workshop, you will open your Free JFrog Cloud Account when you get to the meetup. We will walk you through it, as these are tools you will be using for the Workshop (and you can them with you!)

This is free, no credit card required. It includes access to Artifactory and Xray, with a limited amount of storage, transfer, and build minutes.

2. Go client version 11.1 or above installed: https://golang.org/dl/

3. JFrog CLI installed: https://jfrog.com/getcli

4. Docker: The Docker client should be installed and configured on your machine.

5. Git + GitHub
A GitHub account is required so that you can fork this repository, and Git must be configured in your terminal so that you can clone it.

6. Code editor

Whatever you are most comfortable with as an editor.

Unbounded Concurrency & Top 10 Tips for Making Remote Work Actually Work

We have two awesome speakers for our March Meetup! Lauren Shaefer, Developer Advocate from MongoDB and Johnny Boursiquot, SRE from Heroku and Leader of Baltimore GoLang Meetup!

As usual, we will have a giveaway for some Jet Brains Giveaway and JFrog will give away a really cool prize.

➤ AGENDA (Abstracts & Bios Below):
7:05 PM - 7:10PM GoLang NYC Announcements
7:10 PM - 7:40PM - Talk 1: Lauren Schaefer: Top 10 Tips for Making Remote Work Actually Work Right Now
7:45PM - 8:15PM - Talk 2: Johnny Boursiquot: Unbounded Concurrency
8:15 - 8:30 Brainbench IDE Giveaway and Closing Remarks

➤ Want to speak at a future meetup? We are looking for speakers who have Go Development experiences at all levels to share with our community! Submit your talks (full-length and lightning talks) on https://www.papercall.io/golangnycmeetup.

➤ Talk 1: Top Ten Tips for Making Remote Work Actually Work Right Now:

Whether you love working remotely or you were forced to work remotely due to stay-at-home orders, you won’t want to miss this keynote. Come countdown the top ten tips for making remote work actually work right now.

Lauren Hayward Schaefer is a developer advocate for MongoDB. She began her career as a software engineer for IBM where she held a variety of roles including full-stack developer, test automation specialist, social media lead, and growth hacking engineer. She is an international speaker who is skilled in taking hard-to-understand topics and making them seem simple. Lauren holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from North Carolina State University and is the co-inventor of thirteen issued United States patents.

➤ Talk 2: Unbounded Concurrency:

Go concurrency mechanism is one of the language's most attractive features. Too much of it can get you in trouble, however. Using nothing but our wits and the Go standard library, we will build an increasingly sophisticated port scanner to help us learn how best to take advantage of Go’s concurrency capabilities and how to avoid some of its pitfalls.

Johnny Boursiquot is a multi-disciplined software engineer with a love for teaching and community-building. He is the founder and organizer of the Baltimore Go User Group and has served as an organizer of both the Boston Ruby User Group and the Boston Go User Group. He stays busy as a speaker, trainer, podcast host, and diversity advocate within the Go community through GoBridge. He is currently a Site Reliability Engineer at Salesforce’s Heroku.

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