August’17 Golang Bangalore Meetup

The August Golang Bangalore Meetup was conducted on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd. Since the event took place around the holidays, there were less number of people who turned up for the event.

The meetup started at 10:30 with the first talk by Nurali Virani who works at SAP Labs, Bengaluru. He talked about “Understanding Slice & Map in Golang”. Nurali’s talk was a beginner friendly talk. He explained the concepts in very detail and by live coding. He addressed each and every question raised by the participants. The code written  by Nurali during his demo can be found here.

The next talk was done remotely by Steve Manuel. Steve (@nilslice) lives in Boulder, Colorado. He is the co-founder of Boss Sauce Creative. Steve talked about his open source project Ponzu. Ponzu is a headless CMS with automatic JSON API, featuring auto HTTPS, HTTP/2 Server Push, and flexible server framework written in Go. The slides related to his talk can be found here. Other related resources: Github, Docs, Addons. To know more about ponzu, join #ponzu on gophers.slack.com. You can receive invitation to join Slack from here: https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org

Fortunately, Steve’s talk is recorded. The recording can be found here.

I thank Udayakumar Chandrashekhar and Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd. for helping us to organize the August Golang Bangalore Meetup by providing venue and food.

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August’17 Golang Bangalore Meetup

June ’17 Golang Bangalore Meetup

The June Golang Bangalore Meetup was conducted on Saturday, June 17th, 2017. There were around 35-40 people who attended the meetup.

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The meetup started at 10:15 with the first talk by Nurali Virani who works at SAP Labs, Bengaluru. He talked about “Understanding Type System In Go”.

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Saifi gave an awesome talk about “Working with C code and plugins in Go”. The slides related to his talk can be found here

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Umasankar Mukkara is the Co-Founder and CEO at CloudByte Inc. He talked about OpenEBS and their experience with Golang. The slides of his talk could be found here. OpenEBS is an open source project written in Golang. You can find the source code of OpenEBS here.

Satyam Zode who is also a fellow Golang programmer at OpenEBS presented a talk about “Package oriented design in Go”. The slides related to his talk could be found here

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I thank Uma, OpenEBS and Nexus Ventures Partners for helping us to organize the June Golang Bangalore Meetup by providing venue and food. There were also a few goodies for the participants by OpenEBS. Fortuanately, this event was recorded and we will be sharing the recorded videos soon when they will be ready.

 

 

June ’17 Golang Bangalore Meetup