Happy new 2017! Hope you have your celebrations done, resolutions set and you are ready for another year of gophering.
Our hosts for this meetup will be Kinvolk!
If you'd like to give a talk - submit your proposal here.
If you'd like to suggest topics for the fishbowl session - submit your topic here.
19:00-19:30 Drinks, snacks and networking
(yes, this includes details about the go 1.8 release party we will throw)
19:30-20:15 Talk 1
gobpf - Utilizing eBPF from Go
eBPF is a Linux in-kernel virtual machine that is used for tracing kernel functions, networking, performance analysis and more. In this talk I will give an introduction into eBPF and gobpf, a new library under the IO Visor Project, and show how gobpf can be used to access and utilize eBPF features from Go programs. We will also look at the design of gobpf and its use of the bcc framework and Cgo.
20:15-20:30 Announcements, HR lost and found and break
20:35-20:45 An Introduction to Gitea: Git with a cup of tea, what it is, and why we forked - Mathias Loibl
20:45 - End - Fishbowl Session
About our speakers:
Michael Schubert, Kinvolk
Michael is a Software Engineer from Berlin where he works on foundational Linux software at Kinvolk GmbH, a Berlin-based Linux development company. Before that, he was working as a Backend and Operations Engineer for a Swiss Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider.