This special Google Go presentation is designed to introduce developers to a new language meant to address “programming in the large.” Google Go is a new open-source programming language that Google has developed over the last four years. It is a concurrent, garbage-collected programming language designed to enable developers to build fast at scale.
Aaron Kemp is a staff engineer at Google and the technical lead for the newly acquired BufferBox project. Aaron has a wide variety of experience. Some notables include the Google+ Android project, retail point of sale technology, radio stack firmware for BlackBerry handsets, scalable servers at Google, and mobile applications & infrastructure. We are delighted to welcome Aaron to speak at Communitech on the 28th.
If you plan on attending, seating is limited, please sign up today: registration form.