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Go for Python Programmers

“Go is not meant to innovate programming theory. It’s meant to innovate programming practice.” — Samuel Tesla

Join us for an evening exploring Go (the programming language) from a Python programmer’s perspective. I strongly believe it’s worth your time to learn Go, and I’ll share exactly why I think so.

Francesc Campoy Flores from the Go Developer Relations team will also be joining us! So, if you’ve already been using Go, bring your hard questions for him!

This will be a multi-user group event. I'm inviting SeaPIG, Seattle Django Users Group, the Golang meetup and the Seattle GDG. Should be fun!

Brian Dorsey


Rough Agenda:
6:30 Doors open
7:00 talk: Go for Python programmers, Q&A
8:00 adjourn to the Red Door for drinks, snacks and conversations!

Official sign up here: (reserve your space so we don’t overflow the room)

Maps link: Enter via N Northlake Way, we will be in the southern building (Canal side).

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