We are VERY excited to announce that this month our friends at Google will be having us again!
We will have the awesome Josh Deprez speaking:
Josh is a Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Google Australia, where he works on internal technical infrastructure. In addition to his usual SRE responsibilities (such as periodically being on-call, and working on server- and client-side Go code), he is one of a group of volunteers who review Go code from across the company for readability. Before joining Google in late 2013, Josh was finishing his PhD in semigroup theory at the University of Tasmania, and was also a casual software engineer for Federal Group, where he maintained the data warehouse. In his spare time Josh created a visual programming tool based on Go, "Shenzhen Go" (working title), which he is busy polishing up for a v1 release in mid 2018.
 - https://github.com/google/shenzhen-go
*What you need before the night*
- Please review the readme file: https://google.github.io/shenzhen-go/getting-started-v1.html
- Please bring your laptop with the Go compiler already installed: https://golang.org/dl/
PS - When you RSVP - You will be asked a question re: what Gopher level you are. Please answer accurately, this will help us with our interactive spin on things. :)