• Go meetup @ Beat

    BEAT

    We're happy to announce that our next Go meetup will be hosted by Beat on the 28th of January. Doors will open at 18:00 and there is time for having a chat, drink and some food / snacks. At 18:30 we will start with the presentations. Schedule: 18:00 - Doors open, with drinks & food available, kindly sponsored by Beat 18:30 - Talks start 21:00 - Meetup ends ... - After the meetup we'll gather at a nearby, to be determined, pub. Presentations: Lightning talks: - Pointers vs. Values [...debugged], by Vangelis Katikaridis (senior backend engineer at Beat) - What’s new in go1.14, by Mechiel Lukkien (freelancer) Full talks: - Insight into the go packages and goget, by Kanan Rahimov and Serdar Ormanli (senior developers at Beat) - Test-driven development, by Victor Alves (senior developer at Sentia) IMPORTANT: If you want to attend, make sure to RSVP and use your full name on meetup. Bring your ID. Please keep your RSVP status up to date! Doing so helps organize the meetup tremendously (with waiting list, capacity planning, food & drinks). Thank you! If you want to talk about Go right now, join us on channel #amsterdam at the existing gophers.slack.com workspace. Sign up through https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org/. Hope to see you soon! Cheers, Go Amsterdam meetup team PS: Photography/Video Consent. We will be taking photos and videos during the event and will use these photos and videos for social media, and promotional materials. By coming to the meet-up, you give us your consent to take photos and videos of you.

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  • Go meetup @ MessageBird

    MessageBird

    We're gathering again on Thursday, November 28th for a very special meetup. We're celebrating the 10th anniversary of Go! We've got something special planned, so make sure you're NOT missing this one! We will celebrate at the MessageBird office. Come listen to interesting talks, eat cake, meet your friendly fellow gophers, and just generally have a sweet evening. Talks: Stanislav Afanasev (Software Engineer @ MessageBird): Code generation in Go. Tips & Tricks. Ernest Micklei (Kramp Hub): The process of adding Go module support to a bigger existing 2.x package called go-restful. Fotis Papadopoulos (Senior Backend Eng @ Beat): Efficient Geospatial Queries with Go. Quiz: Since this is a special evening, we have organized a special Go quiz for you! So make sure to brush up your Go knowledge and maybe you are going home with one of the prizes that we are going to give away! Schedule: 18.00 - Doors open, with drinks & food available, kindly sponsored by MessageBird 18:30 - Talks start ~21.00 - Meetup ends ... - After the meetup we'll gather at a nearby pub (Cafe Vrijdag: Amsteldijk 137) IMPORTANT: If you want to attend, make sure to RSVP and use your full name on meetup. Bring your ID. For security reasons, only guests who have RSVP'd and are registered on the guest list will be allowed entry into the building. Anyone not listed (including plus 1s) will unfortunately not be able to enter the building or attend the meetup. Please keep your RSVP status up to date! Doing so helps organize the meetup tremendously (with waiting list, capacity planning, food & drinks). Thank you! If you want to talk about Go right now, join us on channel #amsterdam at the existing gophers.slack.com workspace. Sign up through https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org/. Hope to see you soon! Cheers, Go Amsterdam meetup team PS: Photography/Video Consent. We will be taking photos and videos during the event and will use these photos and videos for social media, and promotional materials. By coming to the meet-up, you give us your consent to take photos and videos of you.

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  • Go meetup @ Schuberg Philis (Schiphol-Rijk)

    Schuberg Philis

    We're gathering again on Thursday, October 17th! This meetup will be held at the office Schuberg Philis at Schiphol-Rijk. Come listen to interesting talks, meet your friendly fellow gophers, and just generally have an inspiring evening. Let us know if you're interested in giving a presentation or lightning-talk (~5 minutes). Talks: - OpenTracing, Koray Sariteke - Middleware for gRPC servers, by Jacob Vosmaer - Vmgo - go unikernels, by Mechiel Lukkien Schedule: 18.00 - Doors open, with drinks & food available, kindly sponsored by Schuberg Philis 18:30 - Talks start ~21.00 - Meetup ends ... - After Meetup social continues at Schuberg Philis IMPORTANT: If you want to attend, make sure you use your full name on meetup or otherwise send us a message. Bring your ID and make sure you're on the RSVP-list or you won't be able to get into the office building. Please keep your RSVP status up to date! Doing so helps organize the meetup tremendously (with waiting list, capacity planning, food & drinks). Thank you! If you want to hear more please join us on channel #amsterdam at the existing gophers.slack.com workspace. Sign up through https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org/. Hope to see you soon! Cheers, Go Amsterdam meetup team

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  • Go meetup @ Kramp Hub (Utrecht)

    Jaarbeursplein 6

    Our next meetup is planned for Thursday September 12th, at the offices of Kramp Hub in Utrecht, right next to the train station. Early Start Bonus Lightning Talks: - Reproducible Builds, by Mechiel Lukkien - Goroutines for Speed, by Erik Dubbelboer - How Ernest Micklei Became a Google Developer Expert in Go? Taavi Kivisik asks Talks: - Challenges developing a GraphQL server in Go using maturing OS packages, by Ernest Micklei - Gitaly: a Git gRPC service, by Jacob Vosmaer - Go Easy on Your Browser, by Jonathan Hall - Readying your Go webservice, by Ralph Lightenberg Schedule: 18.00 - Doors open, with drinks & food available, kindly sponsored by Kramp Hub 18:45 - Early Start Bonus Lightning Talks 19.00 - Talks begin ~21.30 - Meetup ends ... - After Meetup social continues @KrampHub Please keep your RSVP status up to date. We're likely to have a waiting list, so if you cannot make it please free up a spot for your friendly fellow Gopher.

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  • Go gathering @ Labyrinth - no agenda/talks

    Labyrinth Cocktail, Food & Poetry Bar

    Tonight gophers are getting together to hang out & talk. We don't have an agenda. We won't have talks/presentations. Join us at: Labyrinth - the Cocktail, Food & Poetry Bar. We're adding Go to that list. Please keep your RSVP status up to date. It helps us with planning!

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  • Go meetup @ Hatch

    Hatch

    We're happy to announce that our next Go meetup will be hosted by Hatch on the 20th of June. Doors will open at 18h and there is time for having a chat, drink and some food / snacks (sponsored by Hatch). At 18h30 we will start with the presentations. Presentations Ruba Zeibak Structuring your Go project. Erik Dubbelboer High performance Go. Antti Kupila Godoc (and improving package design). Lightningtalks Please let us know if you're interested in giving a lightningtalk! Dimitris Baltas Ergo, a cli tool for daily developer workflow. Merten van Gerven Don’t panic(). It’s just an error

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  • Go meetup @ MessageBird

    MessageBird

    We're happy to announce that our next Go meetup will be hosted by MessageBird on the 25th of April. Doors will open at 18h and there is time for having a chat, drink and some food / snacks. At 18h30 we will start with the presentations. ***Important message from our host: For security reasons, only guests who have RSVP'd and are registered on the guest list will be allowed entry into the building. Anyone not listed (including plus 1s) will unfortunately not be able to enter the building or attend the meetup.*** Presentations: Andrii Zakharov In-house implementation of a SMS server to send SMS messages to our customers using a binary API. Orne Brocaar Go-ing embedded with the LoRa Server project. Dr Steve Maude How we are helping the ONS to Go publish UK Census data. Lightningtalks: Noam Tenne Stop: a halting mechanism for Go. Ernest Micklei Report from dotGo Paris.

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  • Go Meetup @ Nulab

    WeWork

    Finally, the first Go Amsterdam meetup in 2019 has been scheduled! It's on Thursday February 21, hosted by Nulab at their office at WeWork Weesperstraat. Come listen to interesting talks, meet your friendly fellow gophers, and just generally have an inspiring evening. 18.00 - Doors open with drinks & pizza sponsored by our hosts Nulab 18.30 - We start with the first talk 20.00 - Closing 20.15 - Drinks at nearby bar "Zoku" ... The talks: # New to Go: Where to get help? A gentle introduction for those new to Go By Taavi Kivisik # Go 1.12 release If all is well, Go 1.12 will be out by the time we have the meetup. What's in the release? And what's in store for the upcoming development cycle? By Mechiel Lukkien # UTF8 and runes in Go Rune magic lessons from production systems. By Gabriele Vaccari, Nulab # Building a cloud of fares You will hear the story behind a Travix project called FareCache, why it was originally set up as a C# micro-monolith and how it got migrated to a bunch of Go micro-services in the Google Cloud. By Ralph Ligtenberg # Lightning talk: Report from FOSDEM and GopherCon Israel By Taavi Kivisik IMPORTANT: If you want to attend, make sure you use your full name on meetup, or otherwise send us a message. Bring your ID and make sure you're on the RSVP-list or you won't be able to get into the office building. And please, please, keep your RSVP status up to date! Spots are limited and we will likely have a waiting list. If you can no longer make it to the meetup, simply change your RSVP to NO. Thanks! (: We need you to make the Go Amsterdam meetup more awesome! Please consider doing a talk at the meetup, a lightning talk is a nice way to get started. Topics for beginners or advanced users. Talks about your favourite Go application or low-level compiler details. All welcome. Contact us through the meetup website, in person at the meetup, or in our newly opened slack channel. Yes, we've opened a slack channel for the Go Amsterdam meetup! We're in channel #amsterdam at the existing gophers.slack.com workspace. Sign up through https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org/. Hope to see you soon! Cheers, Go Amsterdam meetup team

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  • Go meetup @ Oracle Cloud Native

    Oracle

    We've got a new Go meetup scheduled for Tuesday November 27! Marcel van Lohuizen (Google) is joining us to unveil a new configuration language and the future of error handling in Go. Doors will open at 18h and we'll kick off with the presentations at 18:30h. Location, food and drinks are generously sponsored by the Oracle Cloud Native team in Amsterdam. The talks: # Sneak preview of a new configuration language. Marcel is giving a demo of a new configuration language. Marcel was on the Borg team and was the lead author of the most-used configuration language at Google, BCL, which has been in use now for about 15 years . The goal of the new language is to avoid the mistakes made by BCL and its many descendants. This has lead to an arguably bold new approach to specifying and using data. # Plans for error value handling for Go 1.13 The Go team recently released the Go 2 design drafts for error handling and generics. Marcel is leading the effort around error handling and will present the error value handling changes current in x/exp and planned for release in Go 1.13. This meetup is for the members by the members. We would love to have more talks. Contact us if you want to do a lightning talk (5 mins). Finally, please keep your RSVP status up to date! If you can no longer make it to the event, make your spot available to the next gopher. Thanks!

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  • Golang meetup @ Simyo / KPN Amsterdam

    KPN Teleport

    The next Go meetup will be hosted by Simyo / KPN on the 4th of October in Amsterdam. Doors will open at 18h and at 18:30h we'll start with the first presentation. Location, food and drinks are sponsored by Simyo / KPN. ***Important: please bring your ID as this will be checked by the KPN security on entering the building.*** ---------- Talks: Ilija Matoski Remote profiling and flamegraphs in Golang. Ernest Micklei Writing a Proto parser and Protobuf decoder for fun and profit. Piotr Kazmierczak Adventures in the land of reflection. Lightningtalks: Horatiu Simple task tracker with weekly or custom summaries in Go. Nils Dijk How does a value [not a pointer] gets assigned to an interface. ---------- **By car? There is a parking garage under the building. The entrance to the garage is behind the building where you have to press the intercom button. They should let you in when you tell them you're attending the Simyo Golang meetup.**

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