Ricardo Ferreira

Ricardo Ferreira

After nearly two decades working with software engineering and solution architecture, in 2018 I decided to earn my living working full-time as a developer advocate. However, unofficially I’ve been blogging, creating demos, and speaking at conferences since 2004. Some of the events I’ve spoken at include JavaOne, JFokus, JNation, QCon, Google Cloud Next, Kafka Summit, Pulsar Summit, and many Big Data conferences. You can find where I’ll speak next here.

Recordings of my talks can be found on my YouTube channel, where you’re welcome to subscribe to get the latest of my work — such as workshops, demos, and tutorials that I create. In fact, you may want to check my GitHub for the code I write to all of this.

If you need to reach out, you can email me at riferrei@riferrei.com or just start a conversation on Telegram.

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Is Using KoP (Kafka-On-Pulsar) a Good Idea? Pulsar Summit San Francisco 2022 August 2022
Do It Yourself: Programmable Metrics using OpenTelemetry Berlin Buzzwords 2022 June 2022
Distributed Tracing: The good, The Bad, and the Ugly Open Source North 2022 May 2022
The Subtle Art of Giving Code Walkthrough Talks DevRelCon 2021 November 2021
What is Distributed Tracing, and Why Should you Care About it? All Things Open October 2021
Take me Down to the Paradise City Where the Metric is Green and Traces are Pretty SRECon 2021 October 2021
Writing Custom Sink Connectors for Pulsar I/O Pulsar Summit Europe 2021 October 2021
Elasticsearch for Gophers Elastic Livestream August 2021
Down to the Rabbit Hole with Pulsar I/O Pulsar Summit NA 2021 June 2021
Hidden Secrets about Instrumenting JVMs for OpenTelemetry JNation 2021 June 2021
Building Observable Streaming Systems with OpenTelemetry Berlin Buzzwords June 2021
OpenTelemetry for Dummies: Instrumenting Go Apps GopherCon Europe May 2021

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