Go Language meetups and more in the greatest city in the world!
Our purpose is to help build the Go community within NYC. We are here to support individuals by providing a safe platform for them to speak, listen, and learn. When not hosting a meetup, we will help promote and support our partner groups and events to help build awareness for all things Go in NYC.
Join the Go Language NYC group as we start the year off with a workshop by our fellow gopher Ayan George.
Reading and Writing: A Tour of the io Package with Applications and Exercises
This event will be hosted and sponsored by our friends at Google in their Chelsea headquarters.
* Venue Details
A valid photo ID with your full legal name is required for entry. Please make sure to RSVP with your full name.
* Meetup Format:
6:00pm - Arrive, socialize, and eat
6:30pm - Workshop begins
9:00PM - Venue closes
* Important to know
Go Language NYC 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.
Mark your calendars! The GothamGo conference returns April 12th, 2019.
GothamGo is New York City's Go conference and we will be back for our sixth year on April 12th. Join us for a fun and informal day of Go language talks and community! GothamGo features a full day of presentations on a wide variety of technical topics from noted Go developers. (see http://gothamgo.com/ for more details as they become available)
Use the code go2019golangnyc for a discount. This is a paid event, so you have to register at the ticketleap page. You can still RSVP here, and you should if you are going, but the registration site is the real sign up.
Schedule: Our CFP is open ending very soon, Jan 18 (submit a talk if you have a great Go tale to tell)! We especially need more talks from the New York City area, or our travel budget will be crazy! We will be finalizing the schedule over the next week or two.
When: Friday Apr 12, 2019: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (talks start at approximately 9:30)
Location: The excellent Auditorium on Broadway 1871 Broadway, New York, NY 10023 (http://www.nyit.edu/aob)
Getting There: The 59th Street/Columbus Circle subway stop is just a few blocks from the AoB.