The Talk Videos for GCI17 are viewable here.
We're looking for speakers who wish to give a talk at GopherCon India 2018. If you're interested kindly send your talk proposal today.
We are accepting all types of talk proposals (related to Go) till December 16th, 2017.
Abhishek worked for HackerRank for 2 years where Code Completion Infrastructure was built. He is currently working at Automattic in Data team on scaling Infrastructure of Automattic and WordPress.
Aditya is an engineer at Stripe on the Risk team, based in New York City. He studied statistics at Columbia and computer science at Cornell, and has been writing Go professionally for the past four years. When not defending users against online fraudsters, he spends his free time playing German-style board games and listening to embarrassing music. He spoke at GopherConIndia 2016 and also at GopherConIndia 2017.
Dave Appleton has been messing around with things since sometime before the dawn of time. Mentored by people with more technical expertise than interpersonal skills and business sense, Dave started programming in 1968 in FORTRAN, building audio systems about the same time and messing with digital logic in 1976. In the intervening time he has built world beating test systems, co-designed award winning products, run his own instrumentation company for over fifteen years, learned and actually used more than two dozen programming languages at a professional level, and taught courses from hobby to degree level on subjects as diverse as IOT, e-commerce and Image Processing. For the last three years he has been working on crypto currencies and financial technology.
Deepesh is lead product engineer at Go-Jek. He is a full stack developer with hands on experience on Android, Ios, React, Angular, OOJS, Node.js, Golang. His passion is to build cool products which can help scale a business and bring value to customers.
Born in Pune, Nitish is an engineer at Slack Technologies on the Native Clients Infrastructure Team in San Francisco, USA. He is a huge fan of typed, compiled languages and at Slack he works on cross-platform client applications in C++. Although relatively new to Go, his unique cross-platform experience has got him deeply involved in and experimenting with CGO. When not solving cross-platform application challenges, he spends time listening to Classical Indian music and practicing Reiki healing.
Piyush is a software consultant solving infrastructure and data engineering problems for over a decade. He likes almost all programming languages alike. He is a self-trained ultra-runner and connoisseur of silly jokes which he transmits over UDP.
Rajeev is working as a Product Engineer at GO-JEK. At GO-JEK, he is working on building Resilient Distributed systems at Scale. His primary focus and interest areas are Distributed Systems, Security and Data. He is a theoretical computer science nerd, interested in reading academic papers. He has open sourced some projects at github.com/rshetty. He is also Long distance Runner, Amateur Musician and an Avid Photographer.
Sean Kelly (affectionately known as Stabby) is a Lead Software Engineer and Engineering Manager for Rapid7. A simple man with a dog for an avatar, he enjoys learning new things, helping / mentoring others, and posting photos of his dog on the internet. When he's not giving talks, he enjoys spending time at home with his wife, taking his dog to the park, and coming up with new projects to work on that he will never actually finish.
Steve Francia has the unique distinction of having held leadership roles in 5 of the top 100 open source projects. He is currently at Google as a member of the Go language leadership team responsible for product and strategy. He also currently serves as a Director of the Drupal Association. He previously held executive roles at Docker and MongoDB where he led engineering, product and open source. He is the creator of Hugo, Cobra, Viper, spf13-vim and many additional open source projects. He is a published author, speaker, developer, and father of 4. Outside of technology Steve likes skateboarding, punk rock, and dystopian films.
William Kennedy is a managing partner at Ardan Studio in Miami, Florida, a mobile, web, and systems development company. He is also a co-author of the book Go in Action, the author of the blog GoingGo.Net, and a founding member of GoBridge which is working to increase Go adoption through diversity. He spoke at GopherConIndia 2015 and 2017.
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Go-jek is a socially minded technology company that aims to improve the welfare of workers in Indonesia’s vast informal sector. We partner with more than 200,000 experienced and trustworthy ojek drivers to provide our customers with a wide array of services, including food delivery and passenger transport. GO-JEK values are speed, innovation and social impact and the company has won numerous awards, including the Asia-Pacific Global Enabling Technology Company of the Year from the Mobile Marketing Association. GO-JEK is active in 10 cities nationwide: Jakarta, Bandung, Bali, Surabaya, Makassar, Yogyakarta, Medan, Palembang, Semarang and Balikpapan.
Oogway Consulting is a Pune based software and technology consulting company that focuses on scalability, reliability and relevance of software solutions. With a belief that there is no secret ingredient we help our customers identify and solve real world problems. Rational thought and first principles feature prominently in our toolset. The team loves solving problems, coffee, Kung Fu Panda and Pune.
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