Our first decade with Go
We’ve talked several times about getting started with Go. But Go is already 12 years old! Let’s talk about how it all started, and hear about it from the people who were there from the beginning.
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- Miki Tebeka – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
- Roger Peppe – Twitter, GitHub
- Natalie Pistunovich – Twitter, GitHub
- Johnny Boursiquot – Twitter, GitHub, Website
Notes and Links
- The free lunch is over
- The C10K problem
- Selenium and Go’s bindings
- Python’s asyncio
- Go Community Code of Conduct
- Roger talking about the acme editor in Dev Tool Time
- Miki was trying Clojure and Erlang before settling on Go
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