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Related Meetup this Week: [GoSF] Two Top Go Developers Sharing Code (inc. the creator of Sinatra)

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Sent on: Sunday, April 15, 2012 6:26 PM



We have a great SFRails meetup coming up this week. Konstantin Gredeskoul from will be talking about Rails in the Real World and Dave Herman from Mozilla Research will be talking about the Future of JavaScript. The meetup is this Thursday (April 19th) at Citizen Space. Generous sponsors include Indigo Solutions and SocialCam.


[GoSF] Go Programming Language Meetup

Want to let you know about another great developer event this Wednesday (April 18th). It's the first meetup for GoSF, a group organized around the Go programming language (Golang). ( and Heroku are organizers of the group.)

It features two top developers -- one is the author of memcached (Brad Fitzpatrick) and the other is the creator of Sinatra (Blake Mizerany). And while they'll be talking about and sharing Go code, it's a rare occasion to hear from such accomplished developers of high-performance backend systems. Details on the event and the group are below.

GoSF - Two Top Go Developers Share Code

Wednesday, April 18th @ Moovweb

  • Brad Fitzpatrick is on the Go Team at Google. At Google he's worked on Social Graph API, PubSubHubbub, WebFinger, Android, and more. Prior to that he created LiveJournal, authored memcached and did a load of stuff at SixApart (OpenID, djabberd, ....)
  • Blake Mizerany is researcher, developer, and distributed systems architect at Heroku. He is the creator of Sinatra and a co-author of Doozer, a highly-available, consistent data store written in Go that makes recovering from failures in distributed systems easy.



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