February
27
Mi
19:00 - 22:00 Uhr

CODING LEIPZIG

The CODING LEIPZIG Meetup is establishing a format for plain tech talks, straight by and for the developer community, one line of code shown minimum, no bs accepted.

Leipzig, are you still boiling hot on developer topics?

That's the agenda so far:

6:30pm - doors open
7:00pm - introduction / wave hello
7:15pm - Talk #1: Tanay Pant | Tick Tock: What the heck is time-series data?
7:45pm - have a beer and a snack
8:00pm - Talk #2 Andrew Melck, Robert Douglass: Develop and deploy your own microservice app in the language of your choice
8:30pm - have a beer and a snack
8:40pm - Talk #3: Michael Panzer: Go in 30 Minutes with Examples

Talk #1
Tanay Pant | Tick Tock: What the heck is time-series data?

Talk #2
Andrew Melck, Robert Douglass | Develop and deploy your own microservice app in the language of your choice - a guided workshop

Talk #3
Michael Panzer | GoBasics in 30 Minutes

By the end of the session, we will have an understanding of what time-series data is, how to build streaming data pipelines for massive time series data using Flink, Kafka and CrateDB, and visualising all this data with the help of a dashboard.

If you want to take the stage and have something interesting to present related and focused on code feel free to contact the organizer team.

Get in touch with the organizers.

Our code of conduct states that as soon as 1 person is around who doesn't understand German we switch to English (exceptions must be announced). 

For more information click here.