What we're about

All Gophers and curious software professionals are welcome to come discuss Go and related topics.

Go is a Google-funded language for massively-scalable distributed systems that is statically typed and compiled. It has quickly stabilized and is running head-to-head with C++, Java, C#, etc. (The Computer Language Benchmarks Game - Go (https://benchmarksgame-team.pages.debian.net/benchmarksgame/faster/go.html)). However, a larger-than-expected portion of new Gophers is made up of dynamic/interpreted language users who tend to be seeking relief from the cruft in their current languages and/or a more clear future within the horizontally-growing landscape of modern computing.

If you're building web apps, designing APIs, thrive on scalability, or you're simply curious about this fun new(ish) language, let's meetup.

• More resources are available at http://www.euggo.org

Upcoming events (5)

Contribution > OpenBoard Check-in

Eugene

We're checking-in for fun and profit... OpenBoard is a community project that we're using to gain practical experience using Go. Contributors and observers are welcome. This is an online check-in for questions, answers, and updates. We'll do our best to ensure that we can keep pushing forward.

Book Club > Get Programming With Go

Eugene

Bring a lunch and let's discuss some coding exercises found in the book Get Programming with Go by Nathan Youngman and Roger Peppé. --- COVID-19 Notice --- We will be meeting remotely until further notice. https://www.euggo.org/bookclub --- --- --- To allow for "travel time", we'll start discussing the exercises shortly after noon and finish up before the top of the next hour. Feel free to join our chat channels hosted by the EugeneTech Slack. Get the app and then get an invite from https://eugenetech.org. Find us in the #golangbookclub and #golang channels. See you there!

Contribution > OpenBoard Check-in

Eugene

We're checking-in for fun and profit... OpenBoard is a community project that we're using to gain practical experience using Go. Contributors and observers are welcome. This is an online check-in for questions, answers, and updates. We'll do our best to ensure that we can keep pushing forward.

Book Club > Get Programming With Go

Eugene

Bring a lunch and let's discuss some coding exercises found in the book Get Programming with Go by Nathan Youngman and Roger Peppé. --- COVID-19 Notice --- We will be meeting remotely until further notice. https://www.euggo.org/bookclub --- --- --- To allow for "travel time", we'll start discussing the exercises shortly after noon and finish up before the top of the next hour. Feel free to join our chat channels hosted by the EugeneTech Slack. Get the app and then get an invite from https://eugenetech.org. Find us in the #golangbookclub and #golang channels. See you there!

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Book Club > Get Programming With Go

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