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Friday, January 25 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Go for newbies

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Do you think it's possible to learn a programming language in an hour? I don't. However, for every skill anyone knows, there was this first hour one was doing it for the first time.

This workshop has a potential of being your first hour with Go programming language, trying to encourage you to go deeper the rabbit hole on your own pace. We will spend time explaining the philosophy, concepts and workflows, supported by examples and coding exercises.

At the end of the workshop, you should find an answer to the eternal question:

Should I stay or should I Go?

More environment preparation steps will be shared few days before the workshop starts. We strongly recommend you to go though installation of go environment (prefferably Go 1.11.4) and enabling your editor of choice, as the wifi might be the limiting factor of doing so directly at the workshop.

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avatar for Ivan Necas

Ivan Necas

Engineering, Red Hat
Software development enthusiast, currently working on the Foreman (theforeman.org) and Dynflow (https://github.com/dynflow/dynflow) projects to build a comprehensive systems life-cycle management tooling.I'm using Ruby and Go, Vim and Emacs, Firefox and Chrome… striving to find the right tool for the job and trying to be open-minded while doing so... Read More →


Friday January 25, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Workshop - A113
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