We are delighted to announce a joint meetup with the Go SF community! Join us at Docker HQ for an evening of great talks about using Go and learn how to use Go client package to access the latest features of a new builder toolkit under the Moby project.
6.00 - 6.30 Networking | Food | Drink
6:30 - 7.00 Talk 1: Banking and Go - A Case Study in the Use of Go by Matt Heath
7.00 - 7.30 Talk 2: Blockchain, Cryptocurriencies, and Go by Vicki Niu
7.30 - 8.00 Talk 3: Buildkit - new build toolkit under the Moby project by Tonis Tiigi
8:00 Networking & End
Talk 1: Banking and Go - A Case Study in the Use of Go by Matt Heath
Matt Heath will walk through how Monzo, a new UK based bank, have developed their Go-based banking platform along with some of the challenges they have faced while growing both their team and infrastructure.
Matt Heath is a Platform Engineer at Monzo, a new UK based bank, where he focuses on building Monzo's Go based micro-service platform and the underlying infrastructure which powers this. he also helps organize the Gl London User Groups, and can be found on twitter as @mattheath.
Talk 2: Blockchain, Cryptocurriencies, and Go
Vicki Niu will walk through understanding blockchains from the ground up, with a focus on how Chain builds its blockchain platform using Go. Along the way, she'll touch on cryptocurrencies, private vs public blockchains, and smart contracts.
Vicki Niu is a software engineering intern at Chain building enterprise blockchain technology in Go. She studies computer science at Stanford, and really has no idea whether or not you should invest in Bitcoin.
Talk 3: Buildkit - new build toolkit under the Moby project
Tonis Tiigi will give a preview of a new builder toolkit project under the Moby umbrella that is planned to become new architecture supporting "docker build" feature. He'll show how to use Go client package to get low-level access to new features and how the toolkit can be used for other workflows than just building Docker images.
Tonis Tiigi is a software engineer at Docker and a maintainer of Moby Core.
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