Wondering what all the Golang buzz is about? Want to know how to get a workspace set up and discover some interesting aspects of the language? Let's dive in! We'll start with a discussion of the Golang workspace structure and then look at using third party and native packages to execute some simple code. You'll learn enough to start tinkering on your own, and we'll have a blast gophering around together!
6:00-6:30 - Mingle and Welcome/Housekeeping
6:45 - Presentation
A block or so north on that same side of the road is a lot that allows cheaper parking after 6pm (I think either $2 or $4 for the evening). Before 6pm it is employee parking.
There is also street parking in the Highland neighborhood across the bridge or at the nearby park. There are plenty of 2 hour street parking, but there should also be spots for longer than that if you can find them.
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