Join the Go Language NYC group in a round of talks by local community members looking to share their stories.
All experience levels in public speaking & Go programming are welcome to give a talk!
Submit Your Talks-
You! Yes, you can speak about your favorite Go topic if you like.
* Venue Details
Please RSVP with your full name. A valid photo ID is required upon entry.
* Meetup Format:
A round of full-length talks, followed by lightning talks.
6:30pm - Arrive, socialize, & eat
7:00pm - Talks begin
8:30pm - More socializing
9:00PM - Venue closes
Introduction to SVGo, Anthony Starks
The talk will start with SVGo examples, explore the API, take time sketching, & finally work through an example connecting SVGo with external APIs.
Its useful for students exploring programming & other subjects to get immediate feedback, & the concept of sketching trying out concepts & tweaking examples is a powerful tool for learning & exploring. This workshop will use a browser-based tool, svgplay to teach graphics & visualization concepts (generative art, color, repetition, shapes, relationships, layout, typography), using short Go programs (25-60 lines of code).
Im the author of SVGo, with a keen interest in design & its relationship to programming. I love to turn data into pictures Ive discussed these topics at meetups (NYC), & other venues dotGo 2015 See also https://speakerdeck.com/ajstarks/the-other-side-of-go-programming-pictures
See: https://speakerdeck.com/ajstarks/svgo-workshop for the workshop materials.
Whats new in go 1.13, Filippo Valsorda
Like every go release we will get to know whats new & improved in go 1.13 from none other that Filippo Valsorda himself.
I'm a cryptography & software engineer. I do cryptography & security on the Go team at Google. Read more about what I do & how we might know each other.
The GitHub account is @FiloSottile. The Twitter handle is also @FiloSottile.
This months event host is IBM.