Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019


Julien Salleyron

During my early years as a developer, I nurtured my programming skills by getting involved in several open-source projects related to PHP (frameworks, language extensions, and libraries). As time went on, my former language and I drifted apart. Five years ago, when I started to work on a microservice architecture, I discovered a world filled with containers and clusters, a world I was talking to in Go. Today, I'm a proud member of Containous and I spend my days working on Traefik, a modern reverse-proxy written in Go. The best part? It's an open-source project.


Title Day Room Track Start End
How to write a reverse-proxy with Go in 25 minutes Saturday UD2.120 (Chavanne) Go 11:30 12:00