GopherCon 2015

Gophers of the world, Unite!

GopherCon 2015 will be the largest gathering of Go developers ever.

Schedules

July 10th

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

10:00am - 5:00pm Location: Mile High Ballroom Hack Day Join all your friends in a day of loosly organized collaboration, lightning talks, and general hackery. We'll provide the space and the wifi, you bring your favorite project and work together with friends you only get to see in person every year at GopherCon. 11:00am - 5:00pm Location: Mile High Ballroom Lightning Talks Five minute lightning talks will run until everybody has had their say.

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July 8th

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

8:30am Location: Main Theatre Welcome Welcome ceremony and announcements. 8:40am Location: Main Theatre Opening Keynote Russ Cox Engineer at Google 9:30am Location: Main Theatre Go Kit: A Standard Library for Distributed Programming Peter Bourgon Go has emerged as the language of the server, but it remains underrepresented in large, consumer-focused companies like Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, and SoundCloud. These organizations have largely adopted JVM-based tech stacks for their business logic, owing in large part to libraries and ecosystems that directly support their service-oriented architectures.

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July 9th

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

8:30am Location: Main Theatre Welcome Welcome ceremony and announcements. 8:40am Location: Main Theatre The Evolution of Go Robert Griesemer Engineer at Google 9:15am Location: Main Theatre Static Code Analysis Using SSA Ben Johnson Open source Go developer in databases & distributed systems Single Static Assignment (SSA) is an intermediate representation of code that many compilers use for analysis and optimization. This talk will look at how the go/ssa package is used in existing Go static analysis tools like eg and oracle and how we can use it to build our own tools.

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June 7th

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

Go Bootcamp 9:00am - 5:00pm - Room 301 The Go Bootcamp is a 1 day class providing a comprehensive and idiomatic overview of the Go programming language. We will cover topics ranging from language syntax, Go’s approach to object-oriented semantics, concurrency, channels and more. This class is great for anyone wanting to get a jump start on learning Go or wanting to understand more about the language and internals! Teacher:William Kennedy ( @goinggodotnet) William Kennedy works in Miami, FL as a managing partner at Ardan Studios: a mobile, web and systems development company.

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