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The European Go conference

March 25, 2019 • Paris, France

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Full speaker lineup:

Marcel van Lohuizen

Marcel van Lohuizen

Marcel is a Go team member at Google where he focusses on core libraries. In the past he worked, among other things, on search and Borg. For the latter he co-authored BCL, Borg's configuration language.

Jessica Frazelle

Jessica Frazelle

Jessie Frazelle is a computer programmer who has worked at GitHub, Microsoft, Google, Docker and various companies, startups, even design agencies before that. She’s worked on a lot of the open source projects in the container ecosystem, she’s a top abuser of the GitHub api, and runs her own cloud from her apartment and a colo in NYC called jess cloud.

Jean de Klerk

Jean de Klerk

Jean is an engineer at Google working on Go libraries. He has been working in Go since 2013 and currently contributes to projects such as google-cloud-go, grpc-go, and occasionally the Go project. When he's not knee deep in Go, Jean tries to spend as much time as he can in Colorado's great outdoors climbing, skiing, and biking.

Daniel Martí

Daniel Martí

Daniel has been an active contributor to the Go project since 2016. He started using Go in 2014. He's originally from Barcelona but now lives in the UK.

Ellen Körbes

Ellen Körbes

Ellen is a developer advocate at Garden, and also an avid gopher, actively involved with Women Who Go, and responsible for the most comprehensive Go course in Portuguese. They've spoken at world-famous events, and at countless local meet-ups. Ellen is a proud recipient of a 'Best Hair' award.

Johan Brandhorst

Johan Brandhorst

Johan has been writing Go since 2016 and is a frequent open source contributor. He is a maintainer of the gRPC-Gateway and gRPC-Web projects and runs his own blog focusing on Go and gRPC.

Michael McLoughlin

Michael McLoughlin

Michael is a performance-obsessed Gopher - currently making self-driving car software faster at Uber Advanced Technologies Group, formerly implementing math algorithms on high performance computers. If he is not coding, he is probably escaping into the mountains of California.

Ignat Korchagin

Ignat Korchagin

Ignat is a systems engineer at Cloudflare. His interests are cryptography, hacking, and low-level programming. Previously, he was a security engineer for Samsung Electronics. His solutions may be found in older Samsung smartphones and tablets.

Kat Zień

Kat Zień

Kat works at Monzo as a backend engineer on the fincrime team. Her main interests include automating #allthethings, sorting out legacy code and making things simpler and faster. She's co-organising PHP South West and London Gophers. Kat cycles across Europe with TechBikers to raise money for Room To Read.

James Bowes

James Bowes

James is the CTO of Manifold. Over his 14 year career, James has scaled early-stage startups and managed large organizations. He is mainly a backend developer, but whenever he can, he likes to build infrastructure, try out cool new software, help his team learn, and make people laugh.

Bryan Boreham

Bryan Boreham

Bryan has been coding in Go since 2014, after spending 30 years building and running distributed systems. As Director of Engineering at Weaveworks, he is involved in the Kubernetes and Prometheus ecosystems. His projects include Weave Net and Scope, Cortex and CNI.

With our guest emcee:

We will also have Lightning Talks from:

  • Olivier Wulveryck

    Olivier Wulveryck

  • Roberto Clapis

    Roberto Clapis

  • Natalie Pistunovich

    Natalie Pistunovich

  • Valentin Deleplace

    Valentin Deleplace

  • Joan López de la Franca Beltran

    Joan López de la Franca Beltran

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