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Fellow Gophers,

after a busy month with Google I/O and Berlin’s very own Google I/O Extended, it is finally time for the next meetup with Go content.

Posteo kindly offered to host us this time around at their offices. We will gather at 6pm.

Posteo's very own Philipp Bruell will talk about an in-memory database which uses UDP Multicast to distribute its content among the instances.

Peter Bourgon has offered to talk about SoundCloud’s “roshi”, a CRDT set implementation for timestamped events.

Since our last open discussion was very well received, we would like to do another one. The topic of Operations with Go has consistently been brought up and since we have a lot of members who use Go in production, so we figured a lot of experience can be shared here. 

See you then,

the Organizers
Ops Gophers
Thu, August 7, 2014, 12:00 PM
Methfesselstr. 38, Berlin

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Last Go meetup in Berlin for me for quite a long time :(
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Conventions is an example Go package that is loaded with documentation specifically targetting new developers that have done the Go Tour and have read the documentation on the "go" binary, but want to know more about writing packages and software.

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Goji – A web microframework for Golang
package main import ( "fmt" "net/http" "github.com/zenazn/goji" "github.com/zenazn/goji/web" ) func hello(c web.C, w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) { fmt.Fprintf(w, "Hello, %s!", c.URLParams["name"]) } func main() { goji.Get("/hello/:name", hello) goji.Serve() } ...
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Practical Cryptography With Go

This is an introduction to cryptography for developers. It assumes that you aren't looking for cryptographic theories, but practical ways to use cryptography in your projects. It covers the basic standard building blocks, and includes some sample code to help you get started.
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Over the past year in particular, an increasing number of projects in Go have emerged and gained significant adoption. Some of them: Docker Packer Serf InfluxDB Cloud Foundry's gorouter and CLI Cor...
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Join us for a close look at Android Wear with Hoi Lam, Google developer advocate and expert on everything wearable. This is your opportunity for a look behind the scenes, to share experiences and to hear the latest and greatest on the wearable computing frontier.
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Golang 1.3 is released

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Go 1.3 is released. 18 June 2014. Today we are happy to announce the release of Go 1.3. This release comes six months after our last major release and provides better performance, improved tools, support for running Go in new environments, and more. All Go users should upgrade to Go 1.3.
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Hello Gophers,

GopherCon is over and has been a great success. Everybody who went there is probably back by now and it's safe for us to have our next meetup.

Luckily, we already secured the talks for this meetup at last month's bar meetup:

Dirk Jablonowski is going to talk about using Go for hardware development - Tinkerforge, to be specific.

Sergiusz Urbaniak is going to show us how (and why!) to use ACME as your Go development platform.

Our sponsor for this meetup is Onefootball App, who kindly offered us their office space.

Please RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/golang-users-berlin/events/181449362/

Looking forward to seeing you all,
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Fri, May 16, 2014, 7:00 PM GMT+2
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"The Go gopher is an iconic mascot and one of the most distinctive features of the Go project. In this post we'll talk about his origins, evolution, and behavior ..."
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Gophers,

spring has arrived and we better welcome it or it might leave just as quickly. That's why we decided to do a sauf up in April.

Our last meetup was very well received, especially our discussion at the end about migrating to Go and how to convince your DevOps. Who says we can't do that over a glass of the drink of your choice?

Since we will be making reservations at the bar, please try to make your RSVP reliable.


Looking forward to seeing you all,

the organizers.

Please RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/golang-users-berlin/events/172330872/
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Google Developer Group Berlin Golang is Berlin's local Developer Group of Google's Go language.

We meet about once a month to talk about news 
and projects concerning Go and evaluate new ideas.

Disclaimer: GDG Berlin Golang is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.