What we're about

A forum for people working with Go to discuss ideas, issues and share solutions. We will start to put together meetings as the group grows and topics are suggested.

Submit a talk proposal (https://www.papercall.io/bostongolang), or come join us in #boston on Slack at https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org

Boston Golang officially adopts the Go Code of Conduct (https://golang.org/conduct). Harassment, bullying, and discrimination are unacceptable here and if you witness or experience those or other harmful behaviors, please let the organizers know or email us at bostongolang@gmail.com

Upcoming events (1)

April Boston Go Meetup at Vivint

101 Seaport Blvd

Boston Go is back!! We will be meeting at Vivint (where GoBridge Boston was held recently) for a speaker meetup. Submit your talks (full-length and lightning talks) on http://papercall.io/bostongolang. All experience levels in public speaking and Go programming are welcome to give a talk, and if you're a new speaker, our organizers are happy to help you prepare and practice your talk! • What we'll do Meetup format (1-2 full length talks + 1-2 Lightning Talks) 6:30pm - Arrive, socialize, eat pizza 7:00pm - Talks begin • What we'll do End to end testing: Golang cloud functions - Adrian Witas While traditionally end to end testing addressed UI or local development, the cloud-echo system might be challenging, especially when it comes to transparency and troubleshooting. E2e automated testing can greatly address these concerns and speed up development time. Embedding - Sean Kelly Embedding. It sure is weird, isn't it? it's unlike traditional inheritance, and it can be uncomfortable at first. But it does have a lot of positives to it that might not be obvious at first. In this talk, we'll go over highlights and pitfalls of embedding, and some interesting ways to use it. ??? - Could be you! Submit your Go talk at papercall.io/bostongolang! As always, afterwards join us after to grab some drinks! • Important to know Boston Golang officially adopts the Go Code of Conduct (https://golang.org/conduct). Harassment, bullying, and discrimination are unacceptable here and if you witness or experience those or other harmful behaviors, please let the organizers know or email us at "bostongolang at gmail dot com"

Past events (43)

Project night at Rapid7

Rapid7, Cambridge Office

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