Alessio Caiazza

Senior Backend Engineer @ GitLab

Alessio received his first computer when he was 8yrs old, nobody in his family knew how to use it but Alessio looked so happy with his new toy. Time passed and Alessio’s room started to look more like a lab than a proper child room. Lots of his adolescence nights were spent coding and playing online games. After the university, he worked as a software engineer but he always had production engineering tasks also. Finally he found his place as Senior Backend Engineer in the Infrastructure department at GitLab. If not on a computer you may find him with his family, playing some board games or trying to fix gardening problems in his backyard.

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Speed up the monolith building a smart reverse proxy in Go

GitLab is a ruby on rails application, but this didn’t prevent us from having fun with Go. Learn how we decomposed our monolith by writing a smart reverse proxy in Go that handles I/O intensive operations. A technique that every web app can use, regardless of the company stack.

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