Oleg Shaldybin Oleg Shaldybin on

Go is prone to memory leaks just like with Java, Ruby, and other garbage-collected languages. Software Engineer Oleg Shaldybin from Apcera details methods for detecting, measuring the impact of, and eliminating leaks.

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Victor Levy Victor Levy on

Victor Levy (Senior Consultant, Princeton Consultants) talks about COSMA (CSX Onboard Systems Management Agent). COSMA is a Python application hosted on locomotives, designed to monitor, check out, and upgrade safety-related locomotive systems. In this illuminating talk, Victor discusses the challenges of Python programming for train systems and how COSMA works.

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Andrew Gerrand Andrew Gerrand on

Andrew Gerrand is an engineer at Google that works on GoLang. In his Gopher SummerFest talk, he takes us through Go’s timeline - where the language was yesterday, where it is today, and what is planned for the future (including the history of the Gopher logo and plans for Go 1.4!).

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Derek Collison Derek Collison on

In 2012, Derek Collison (Founder and CEO, Apcera) predicted that “Go will become the dominant language for systems work in IaaS Orchestration, and PaaS in 24 months.” Today, he feels his prediction wasn’t too far off.

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Danny Gershman Danny Gershman on


Aleksandr Yampolskiy, CTO of Cinchcast and BlogTalkRadio, and his colleague Danny Gershman will be presenting “Sharing Slides with 10,000 People in r/t: Socket.IO and Node.JS in Production” in this recording from the NYC Node.JS meetup. They cover tips on security and show how they approached securing their application. This tech talks covers securing Node.js & Socket.io in production.

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Laurent Gautier Laurent Gautier on

We were lucky to attend the Bay Area R users group last week where we recorded Laurent Gautier's talk on the RPy2 bridge which allows one to use Python as the glue language to develop applications while using R for the statistics and data analysis engine. He also demonstrated how a web application could be developed around an existing R script.

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