Organizers dpunkt.verlag and Developer heise host an event on November 10, 2021 on topics related to the Go programming language. The one-day online conference is for developers who want to take a closer look at the language originally developed by Google: Go integrates in the next project? How does it actually work in Go, and what can Go do that other languages can’t? Together with Go expert Frank Müller, the organizers have developed a program that includes a total of seven lectures designed to facilitate the switch to Go.
Switch to Go with ease
The conference day begins with an introduction to Go, including the standard library and ecosystem, followed by contributions to the competition and the Go interfaces. In a two-part conference, Frank Müller shows how developers can write web applications in Go and gives valuable tips and advice. In addition to a lecture on gRPC vs HTTP / JSON, the betterCode () Go offers topics such as property-based testing with Go.
Book your early discount until October 19
A ticket for the one-day event costs 149 euros, including the early discount (until October 19, 2021), after which it costs 199 euros (all prices plus 19% VAT). Teams also benefit from group discounts; those interested can contact the event team by email. Closer Program information is available on the conference website. If you want to stay informed, you can subscribe to the newsletter, the organizers Follow on Twitter or come back to the site regularly.
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