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Agenda • Thank You! • Where are the bathrooms • Host Announcements • Job Openings / Hiring Announcements • Events / Training • Announce next meetup • 6pm - 6:30pm - Networking, food & drink sponsored by Field Nation, Announcements • 6:30pm - 7pm: + Go Fundamentals (Beginner friendly content, 10-30 minutes) -OR- + Lightning talks (10-15 minutes) • 7pm - 8pm - Full length talk (45-60 minutes) If you would like to speak, please contact us • 8pm - 8:30pm - Networking If anyone has any problems or questions, feel free to text or call my phone (Cory) at[masked]. Talks: TBD Additional Resources For Go specific events, announcements, training, and jobs in Minneapolis, check out this document (http://bit.ly/minneapolis-golang)! Slack Channel for Gophers - gophers.slack.com (http://gophers.slack.com/) To get added, fill out the invite form here: https://gophersinvite.herokuapp.com/ Join the local channel: https://gophers.slack.com/messages/minneapolis/ Go Forum - forum.golangbridge.org (http://forum.golangbridge.org/) GoBridge (https://twitter.com/golangbridge) is dedicated to building bridges that educate underrepresented communities to teach technical skills and foster diversity in Go. Special Offers Get 50% off most ebooks + videos and 40% off most print books from @oreillymedia by using code PCBW http://oreil.ly/1gETXNy Go OSS Help Wanted Projects (https://github.com/corylanou/oss-helpwanted) - Check out this repo if you want to contribute to open source Go projects. Most projects are labeled for easy/medium/hard issues as well. How to run a Go Meetup (https://github.com/corylanou/go-meetup) - This is a great resource on how to run a Go meetup and resources to help you run your meetup.

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420 5th St N #400 · Minneapolis, MN

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We are focused on Go (golang (http://golang.org)) training, bootcamps, lunch and learns and more. We will have several free and paid events that will give you the background, knowledge, and tools to become the best Go developer you can be.

We are heavily focused on community as well. Many of our instructors donate their time to free Lunch & Learns, Go Bridge, etc. We want to get to know the Minneapolis Go community and continue to promote it's growth.

For information on local, online, and language resources, visit this community document (http://bit.ly/minneapolis-golang).

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