P99 CONF is gearing up to present two half days of (free + virtual) tech talks on low-latency engineering strategies and performance optimizations. On October 18 & 19, you can learn from 50+ outstanding speakers sharing insights from a broad range of perspectives – front-end/back-end, Rust/C++/Go/WebAssembly, SQL/NoSQL, software/hardware, cloud/edge…
It’s still quite early in the P99 CONF 2023 lifecycle, but we know that the low-latency-obsessed P99 CONF community does not like to wait. 😉
We’re excited to share that registration is now open! If you’ve experienced P99 CONF before, you know that you can expect tons of great tech talks on Rust, C++, Go, event streaming architectures, distributed databases, Linux kernel, observability, Kubernetes, and more. A quick look at some of the luminaries who will be speaking this year should paint a clear picture of the caliber and breadth of technical expertise you can expect at the 2023 conference.
There’s no other event like P99 CONF. It’s a highly-technical conference created specifically to connect and foster the community of technologists who obsess over P99 percentiles and long-tail latencies. In the open source spirit, the event is collaborative and free.
Early registrants will be eligible for prizes like over-the-ear AirPods and book bundles featuring publications authored by P99 CONF speakers.
Propose a Talk
P99 CONF is a highly interactive event, with many different opportunities to connect with speakers and fellow attendees over the course of the conference’s 2 days. But if you’re working on some interesting low-latency engineering and performance optimization challenges, consider taking your participation up a level and propose a talk.
We’re looking for technical takes on how engineers are tackling real-world problems. It doesn’t have to be a dramatic path to some “Eureka” moment that will change the world as we know it. Many of the most popular talks in the previous conferences involved an engineer sharing…
- The complexity of a specific challenge they faced
- The pros and cons of the different solutions they considered
- What approach they ultimately took, how it worked out, and lessons learned
Interesting optimizations, algorithms, tooling, and other low-latency engineering strategies – it’s all fair game. Talks commonly fall into the following categories:
- Development: Techniques in programming languages (Rust!) and operating systems
- Architecture: High performance distributed systems, design patterns and frameworks
- Performance: Capacity planning, benchmarking and performance testing
- DevOps: Observability & optimization to meet SLAs
- Use Cases: Low-latency applications in production and lessons learned
Share your ideas with the community
For more details see the Call for Speakers blog.
Binge Watch Past Years’ Sessions
To get a taste of what our 2023 event will be like, you can browse and binge-watch our previous years’ sessions – no registration required.
Stay Tuned for Updated
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