Please join us to listen to Russ Cox, a Google developer with four years experience with the Go language core contributor team.
Most of us only read about building a development language, some participate in open source language development, and a few spend every day on the core contributor team building a language like Russ.
Go is an open source programming language developed at Google that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. More importantly, programming in Go is fast and fun. This talk will give a tour of the language, with live coding. Go 1, the first official stable version of the language, was released at the end of March. For more information http://golang.org/
Russ Cox is a software engineer at Google. He has spent the last four years on the Go team, designing and implementing the language and writing Go programs. Russ received his AB and MS in Computer Science from Harvard University and his PhD in Computer Science from MIT. Prior to joining Google, Russ was a development and release engineer at Bell Labs.
Date: Tuesday June 12, 2012
Venue: Google Cambridge 3rd Floor North End Cafe
Registration: preregistration is required to enter the building
6:45PM - Doors open for networking and refreshments sponsored by the Application Developers Alliance
7:15PM - A Tour of Go - Russ Cox
8:15PM - Q&A
8:30PM - Wrap up
About the event's sponsor
The Application Developers Alliance is a new association dedicated to meeting the unique needs of application developers through advocacy, discounts, marketing, and networking opportunities focused on our industry. Alliance members include more than 6,000 individual developers and more than 60 companies, investors, and stakeholders in the apps ecosystem.