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Meetup 3 - Creating your own web framework in Go.

Brian Voelker will tell us how he rolled his own web framework in a Go.  Providing insights into some of the pitfalls that he encountered as well as the parts of Go that he enjoys, he will give us his experience developing in Go from a PHP developer's perspective.

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  • Yarko

    Looking back, curious what this was about. Did you upload any log / slides / video anywhere?

    November 20, 2013

  • Edward P.

    It was a great overview of the framework and a great Q & A session.

    October 15, 2013

  • Jared D.

    Thanks for sharing your experience, Brian. The main difficulty I'm facing coming from Ruby-as-a-first-language ( and from a non-CS education ) is working with []byte, string, and template.HTML -- especially when it comes to rendering stored text on a webpage. I'm sure you will touch on rendering content and such, but I just wanted to let you know in advance that at least one attendee is having difficulty fully understanding type conversion in a strongly typed language.


    October 9, 2013

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