Go was absolutely great for building and testing a high-performance RESTful web service - but If I were writing html rendering etc, I think I would honestly still work in python / java / language framework of choice.
I'm looking forward to meeting lots of local developers and want to spend time listening and learning about your interests and needs. Also going to be sharing tips to help you make the right choices for you and help with getting started deploying your workloads to the cloud.
Major new release is out for #BigQuery . Features include:
2) Run your queries directly from GCS data files
3) UI Improvements
4) Enhancements to internal query optimization and execution
Check it out: http://googlecloudplatform.blogspot.in/2015/08/Google-BigQuery-adds-UDF-support-for-deeper-cloud-analytics.html
GDE Website: https://developers.google.com/experts/about
#gde #cloudplatform #community
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