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Schedule

dotGo conference

  • 9:30am

    Doors Open

    Our venue, the Théâtre de Paris, opens to the public. Breakfast will be provided.

  • 10:30am - 12pm

    First Session

    Morning talks.

  • 12pm - 1:45pm

    Lunch

    So much content in a morning empties your energy bar. We'll have lot of food and beverages for everyone.

  • 1:45pm - 3pm

    2nd session

    Lightning talks & regular speakers.

  • 3pm - 3:30pm

    Break

    Coffee, tea, soft drinks and cakes.

  • 3:30pm - 4:45pm

    3rd session

    More Golang talks.

  • 4:45pm - 5:15pm

    Break

    Coffee, tea, soft drinks and cakes

  • 5:15pm - 6:40pm

    Last session

    Final speakers.

  • 6:40pm-10pm

    Let's gather with all the dotGo 2019 attendees around free beers sponsored by our Bronze partner Perfectstay. Keep your badge!

    Venue:
    O'Sullivans By The Mill
    92 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris (map)




Paris API meetup

  • 8pm

    Special guests: Johan Brandhorst and Jean de Klerk, dotGo speakers

    gRPC has become a standard with it comes to build a performant microservice architecture.

    On top of that, Golang is often the go-to technology to develop microservices.

    gRPC, Golang, dotGo.... It seems planets were aligning well this month!

    The meetup will start with a 10 minutes introduction to what's gRPC. This way, we're all starting on the same page. Julio Guerra - Go agent engineer at Sqreen - will lead this introduction

    Then we'll pursue with the fireside chat with our guests:
    - 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.
    - 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.

    Venue:
    Blade/Shadow HQ at 151 rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Paris(map)

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