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The k6 Office Hours

The k6 Office Hours

k6 Office Hours is a weekly livestream hosted by our DevRel team, where we talk about performance and reliability testing, best practices, and all things k6, often with invited guests.

Catch us at

  • 3 Dec, 2021k6 Office Hours #36Read more
  • 8 Dec, 2021Join us at the Grafana EMEA Virtual Meetup December 2021Read more
  • 10 Dec, 2021k6 Office Hours #37Read more
  • 13 Dec, 2021k6 Community CallRead more
  • 7 Feb, 2022Join us at Automation GuildRead more

ICYMI

We joined Microsoft Senior Cloud Advocate Cecil Phillip to talk about performance testing apps.

On .NET Show

We joined Microsoft Senior Cloud Advocate Cecil Phillip to talk about performance testing apps.

Nicole van der Hoeven gives an intro to load testing with Grafana and k6 (Cloud).

Webinar

Nicole van der Hoeven gives an intro to load testing with Grafana and k6 (Cloud).

Watch Nicole’s “Schrödinger’s Pokémon: Observability for chaotic load testing” talk.

New Relic FutureStack

Watch Nicole’s “Schrödinger’s Pokémon: Observability for chaotic load testing” talk.

Ways to contribute

Before you get started, we recommend you to read the Contribution Guidelines and the Code of Conduct

Blog about k6!

We usually use dev.to or medium.com, but any blog is fine! Contact us on Slack if you would like your post to be promoted. Maybe you'd even like to have it included as a guest post in the official k6 blog? It's also nice if you mention @k6 if you publish any links on twitter.

Give a talk about k6!

We've done a lot of talks on performance and reliability in general, and k6 in particular, so let us know on Slack and we'll try to help you to the best of our abilities.

Join us on the Office Hours!

We're always looking for guests that want to show off something they've accomplished or discuss anything reliability or performance related!

Write a k6 extension!

Write a k6 extension, extending the use case of k6 to whatever area you're interested in.

Open source support program

As a core contributor to an open source project, you may qualify for a k6 Cloud subscription, at Developer or Team level, whichever is more appropriate to your needs.