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Always Bee Tracing, SF/Bay Area Jan 24. 2019

By Kelly Gallamore  |   Last modified on January 15, 2019

Hands-on Tracing half-day workshop held Jan 24th, 2019 in San Francisco, CA.

Go deep into your data with Honeycomb Deep Dive: Always Bee Tracing. 

What to Expect

Join the Honeycomb team for an afternoon centered around tracing. We'll kick off the day with an overview on tracing concepts and successful use cases. We will then get hands-on with sample code and real data.

We'll work with an example app: adding (and iterating on!) instrumentation, deploying it, and using Honeycomb to track down an unexpected issue occurring in production.

Then, we'll break out into our “Office Hours”: time for you to instrument your own systems, armed with your newfound knowledge and a set of best practices. Friendly Honeycomb engineers will be on hand for general guidance or technical help.

Who Should Come

Software engineers, developers and DevOps engineers interested in observability-driven development and achieving best practices. Additionally any team working on DevOps transformation would gain from this workshop, including managers. Some programming experience is recommended.

1:30pm: Doors and mingle
2:00pm: Welcome and Tracing presentation
2:20pm: Hands-on Workshop
3:15pm: Office Hours
5:00pm: /event

after hours
casual happy hour nearby in Dogpatch for continuing conversations, all welcome.

What you should bring

  • Your laptop and power cables
  • Access to git and a development environment for Go or JavaScript (Node.js). Sample applications will be provided.


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