23 May 2011
The Go team had a great time at Google I/O 2011. It was a pleasure to meet so many programmers who share our enthusiasm for Go, and to share our work of the past few months. For those of you that couldn’t be there in person, you can now watch videos of our two Go presentations on YouTube.
Writing Web Apps in Go
(See the presentation slides.)
Most important, this talk features the debut of the plush gopher.
For those that didn’t get one at the conference, we hope to make him available for purchase online soon.
Real World Go
- MROffice Dialer, a VOIP system for call centers,
- Atlassian’s virtual machine cluster management system,
- Camlistore, a content addressable storage system.
(See the [[https://golang.org/doc/talks/io2011/Real_World_Go.pdf ][presentation slides]].)
Thanks to everyone who attended our talks and workshops. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
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