GDG Berkeley April Meetup (A Double Dose of Googley Goodness)

GDG Berkeley
Thu, Apr 18, 2019, 6:00 PM (PDT)

About this event

Get ready for a double dose of Googley Goodness (trademark pending)!


How JavaScript could steal $[masked] from you Bitcoin wallet! (by Igor Franca)

For many years JavaScript was considered to be an amateur choice of language because it only runs in the browser, or even because it is loosely typed. But in the past few years, this little language has gained A LOT of attention, gaining followers everywhere — even in SPACE ( check it out!) — so we started to change this idea. But have we forgotten to look how JavaScript really works? There is a whole world of web applications running over the Internet with your data, but is it safe? Come join us to find how JavaScript could open some breaches and understand how anyone could use it to be evil! :D

WTF Are Serverless Apps? (by Erick Wendel)

Many myths and histories are created every day about the Serverless architectures and concepts. Maybe because of the attractive price, availability metrics or the power to scale apps without additional configurations. Attendees will learn how to start in the serverless applications based and how to avoid surprises at the end of the month with high prices on their credit cards.

Venue space is limited to 20 people and will be first come first serve. Please bring your laptop to participate!