posted May 8, 2010, 6:15 PM by Amahdy AbdElAziz
updated Jun 10, 2010, 9:19 AM
Go is a new, experimental, open-source programming language. It has a succinct, clear syntax, a flexible (static) type system, and built-in concurrency primitives. It was built by a team at Google led by Rob Pike. This session will provide an overview of Go, explaining why it exists, and what sets it apart from today's popular programming languages. (By Andrew Gerrand A member of the Go project at Google)
Time & Location: 10-Jun-2010 at 10:30 PM, Cilantro (Gameet El Dewal 2nd Floor).
- Introduction to Cairo-GTUG Amahdy AbdElAziz (30 mins)
- Go Language Andrew Gerrand (1 hour and half)
The invitation is open, everybody is welcome to attend. Waiting to see you there :)