September 10, 2014 · 7:00 PM
Howdy! This round we've got Go and a talk about "legacy" projects. Should be interesting and fun for all!
Go - Bryan Weber
Go is no longer the newest kid on the block. Many teams now have production deployment experience under their belts. This talk will use some real world code being written as one of three reference implementations for a new draft RFC to show when Go shines brightest and when Go isn’t the best option.
This Old Project - Scott Ford
We're looking for speakers! It's ok if you've never spoken before or if you've spoken hundreds of times, we want to hear from you!
We're looking for talks about anything interesting to programmers, come share about your favorite language or framework, or learn something new and talk about how it went! We're hoping for talks about anything but here are a few things members have mentioned wanting to learn about recently: Go, C, C++, Haskell, Erlang, and Elixir.
Contact Josh on the left or through whatever means you have, except probably smoke signals, I always get those mixed up and then embarrasing things happen.