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The Go Language: What Makes it Different? - Jay McGavren

Jay McGavren
Author at Head First Go
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Philly ETE 2019
April 23 2019, Philadelphia, USA
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Jay is the author of Head First Ruby and Head First Go (both published by O’Reilly Media), a development instructor at Treehouse, and an all-around mentor for new developers. He lives in the Phoenix suburbs, in front of an air conditioner.

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The Go programming language emphasizes simplicity and speed. Common programming mistakes are detected by the compiler. The language itself encourages proper error handling. It has first-class concurrency support using goroutines and channels. And on top of all this, Go offers lightning-fast compilation and execution. This talk will cover all the unique features that could make Go the ideal choice for your next project!

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