Google I/O is the week of June 27-29 and so the week before is a perfect time for a GoSF meetup.
Rob Pike and Andrew Gerrand from the Go team and Evan Shaw, one of the top outside contributors, will be on hand on Thursday, June 21st to show code and share their knowledge on Go.
7:30 Every Day Carry - tools, tips, best practices
About the Speakers
Rob Pike (https://plus.google.com/101960720994009339267/)
Rob (@rob_pike) is a software pioneer. His influence is everywhere: Unix, Plan 9 OS, The Unix Programming Environment book, UTF-8, and most recently the Go programming language.
Evan Shaw (https://plus.google.com/102573326464522184716/)
Systems and Lead Engineer, Iron.io (http://www.iron.io)
Evan has a background in embedded software, systems programming, and C/C++ programming. In the past few years, he has become one of the core non-Google experts in the Go programming language and works with every language possible on the client side.
Andrew Gerrand (https://plus.google.com/106356964679457436995/)
Andrew works in Google Sydney on the Go programming language. He not only gets deep into the basics and fundamentals of the language, he is also one of the language's top evangelists, a core contributor to Golang.org blog (http://blog.golang.org), and an excellent source of Go examples (https://github.com/nf).