TremorCon is an annual one-day conference that showcases the contributions of Tremor mentees. We held the first TremorCon in 2021, and it was a great success; so we have made it an annual event.
Here are the amazing talks from some of the mentees from our very first LFX Mentorship cohort as well as other members of the Tremor community, and a chat with the team!:
Extending Syslog Protocol Support To Tremor by Nupur Agarwal.
GCS/Google Pub/Sub for Tremor by Jigyasa Khaneja.
How to Test a Property by Rohit Dandamudi.
Live, Laugh, Log: Save G's on GB/s with Tremor and Kubernetes by Gary White Jr.
Tremor at Wayfair's Observability by Nagaprabhu Muthiyahsundaram.
Crabs with Instruments by Ana Hobden.
TremorCon 2022 was also a blast, with talks from even more mentees, a few adopters showcasing their industry use-cases of Tremor and a Q&A session with the development team:
Outlining a UI for Tremor by Mariano Guerra.
Shaking up the Real-time Stack by Ben Gamble.
Rust, the Best and Worst Thing to Happen to Tremor by Mario Ortiz Manero.
Docusaurus to the Rescue: A New Era for Tremor's Documentation by Sharon Koech.
Patching up a Fragmented env With OTEL and Tremor by Endre Karlson.
How I made Tremor's Release Process Boring by Automating it by Prashant Mishra.