Date:
Feb. 7, 2013 — Feb. 7, 2013
Time:
6:30 p.m. (CET)
URL:
http://www.meetup.com/gdgberlin/events/102770142/
Google+ Event URL:
https://plus.google.com/events/cad72nnad3a7e196khjlkok0sgs
About:

Happy New Year everyone!

We hope you had a good start into 2013. We are happy to be back with two interesting topics:

Webplatform.org & Doc Sprint on Feb 8+9

For the Doc Sprint on Feb 8+9 we'll be visited by Googler +Scott Rowe, technical writer on the Chrome Team, to introduce us into the WebPlatform.org documentation and why it is important for the web and it's developers to help this platform grow and mature.

He'll also attend the Doc Sprint and you can, too. RSVP here so we can plan accordingly.

Go 1.0

Next up will be +Alexander, co-organizer of the recently renamed +GDG Berlin Golang.

He agreed on giving us a short tour through the magic wonderland called Go, one of the languages developed by Google. He'll also tackle a few important changes which happened throughout the way to version 1.0.

So either if you are completely new to Go or just tried it out a couple of months ago you'll learn some new tricks.

Additionally to our talks we'll have our usual agenda points:

  • Upcoming dates
  • Tech Roundup
  • Member's lightning talks*

* If you want to hold a presentation for 5mins we are very happy about that. Please shoot us an e-mail to gdg-berlin-leads@googlegroups.com or through meetup.

We'll meet again at the Google office and seats are limited. Sorry for the short notice but we hope you'll be able to join us anyway!

 

Cheers,

Jerome & Stefan of +GDG Berlin

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