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Go (also known as Golang) is a great programming language to learn and develop in. We built this meetup to offer a better entry point to women who are interested in Go. We also want to provide a space for networking, learning and finding mentors. This group shall bring us together so we can continue to grow in Go.

You can become a WWG mentee if:

1. You identify as female, publicly or privately

2. You have some interest in Go

Supporters of Women Who Go are welcome to join, especially as mentors. For the Go Study Groups, the mentee/learners spots will be given to women.

Feel free to check out our learning resources: https://github.com/wwgberlin/GoStudyGroup
Feel free to contribute to our resources by adding Go Tutorials to it!

For companies who want to host and sponsor Women Who Go Berlin: Please send us a msg through meetup or Twitter: @WWGBerlin (https://twitter.com/wwgberlin)

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Generics for GO

Online-Event

There is a lot being discussed in the GO community around the possible addition of generics to the language. There are arguments for and against but what exactly could this look like and mean for how we write GO programs? Author, GoBridge founder and trainer William Kennedy will showcase several aspects of the current draft. Ronna Steinberg, organiser of WWG Berlin and Google Developer Expert will then showcase some concerns over the design, deep dive into edge cases to help our members join the debate. We will leave time for discussion after the two talks as we are sure this will lead to many questions and we are also excited to hear your opinions, thoughts, concerns and ideas <3 The event will take place online and we will share the link in our slack half an hour before the event, please join our slack here: https://wwgberlin.herokuapp.com/ AGENDA 18:30 - 19:00 we will share the webinar link in our slack (link above) 19:00 - 19:10 opening words 19:10 - 20: 00 Generics in GO, understanding the proposal by Bill 20:00 - 20:20 A critical overview of the generics design proposal by Ronna 20:20 - 21:30 Open Q&A and discussion :D ❀ Generics in GO, understanding the proposal ❀ With the new release of the generics draft proposal, Go inches a bit closer to having generics featured in the language. There is still a lot of discussion to be had around the syntax, feel, and overall design currently being presented. In this talk, I will showcase several aspects of the current draft and then open things up for discussion with specific questions to start. William Kennedy is a managing partner at Ardan Labs in Miami, Florida, a mobile, web, and systems development company. He is also a co-author of the book Go in Action, the author of the blog GoingGo.Net, and a founding member of GoBridge which is working to increase Go adoption through diversity. Twitter: https://twitter.com/goinggodotnet ❀ A critical overview of the generics design proposal ❀ To kick off the evaluation process of the proposal and help our members join the debate, let's try to find the boundries of the proposed solution and see what's possible and what remains impossible. Ronna Steinberg organizes WWGB. She's a gopher since 2014 and advocates that coding is for everyone. ❀ About Women Who Go Berlin ❀ Women Who Go is a global organization dedicated to increase the participation of women in the Go community. It is part of GoBridge, an organization dedicated to increase the diversity in the Go community. We offer technical workshops and a safe space to learn Go. Join us on slack: https://wwgberlin.herokuapp.com/ *Gopher image by unknown (please let me know if you know so I can credit them )

Women Who Go Book club - chapter 1: The Lexer

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We are reading the wonderful "Writing an Interpreter in GO" by Thorsten Ball https://interpreterbook.com/ please sign up to our slack (details below) and join the channel #wwg-bookclub Each time we will move through the book with one or two people being the "Champion" for that chapter and sharing an over view and their insight. Our plan is to share resources in a shared repo and you can join at any time. Join the slack channel for more information. The event will take place online and we will share the link in our slack half an hour before the event, please join our slack here: https://wwgberlin.herokuapp.com/ ❀ Writing An Interpreter In Go ❀ "In this book we will create a programming language together. We'll start with 0 lines of code and end up with a fully working interpreter for the Monkey* programming language. Step by step. From tokens to output. All code shown and included. Fully tested." https://interpreterbook.com/ ❀ About Women Who Go Berlin ❀ Women Who Go is a global organization dedicated to increase the participation of women in the Go community. It is part of GoBridge, an organization dedicated to increase the diversity in the Go community. We offer technical workshops and a safe space to learn Go. *Gopher image by Renee French

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