A forum for people working in or around Ann Arbor with Go to discuss ideas, issues and share solutions. We will start to put together meetings as the group grows and topics are suggested.
We seek to enable underrepresented people in tech to use Go as a tool to learn and teach programming, and, ultimately, to empower underrepresented groups in tech to help increase diversity in the Go community. No prior programming language is needed to attend!
A2Go Golang adopts the Go Code of Conduct ( https://golang.org/conduct#code ). Harassment, bullying, and discrimination are unacceptable here and if you witness or experience those or other harmful behaviors, please let the organizers know. The Code of Conduct extends to related events like after-meeting bar trips.
Welcome to the second meeting of a2go, Ann Arbor's go meetup!
We'll be building off of what we learned last month and growing our community. No prior experience in Go is necessary, though some understanding of computer programming is beneficial (1).
* 6pm meet and greet, food
* After that? TBD but something Go related!
* 8:00-? adjourn somewhere TBD nearby for socializing (Code of conduct extends to our after meeting activities. Be a kind human.)
(1) If you are new to computer programming, you are still VERY welcome. Please find an organizer and we can provide extra help. Go is a great first language!
If you are having trouble finding the building or can't get in or have any last-minute questions, feel free to text (or call) Brian at[masked]