What we're about

A virtual meetup on software internals (topics like compilers, emulators, graphics programming, web browsers, databases, operating systems, networking, distributed systems, and so on).

Hobbyists and professionals are both encouraged to present!

The goal is to get excited, break down mental barriers and to get exposed to deep technical work in a respectful and friendly environment.

Upcoming events (1)

March Virtual Talks

Online event

Memory Bandwidth Napkin Math by Simon Eskildsen



rqlite, the lightweight distributed database built on SQLite and the Raft consensus protocol

Philip O’Toole is an Engineering Manager at Google Pittsburgh. He has held various software development and engineering management roles, most recently leading teams building large-scale distributed systems. In particular he was previously Director of Engineering at InfluxDB, an open-source time-series database written in Go. Before that he led the backend team at Loggly, a cloud-based log management and analytics company. You can find him online at [https://www.philipotoole.com](https://www.philipotoole.com/)

Past events (2)

February Virtual Talks

Online event

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