The organizers heise Developer and dpunkt.verlag of the online conference on the Go programming language extend the early bird discount by one week. Interested parties can still purchase discounted tickets for the betterCode () Go, which takes place on November 10th, up to and including October 26th. The program was developed in collaboration with Go expert Frank Müller and consists of seven lectures and two additional online workshops.
The betterCode () Go is aimed at developers who want to take a closer look at the language originally developed by Google. In seven practical presentations, the speakers give an insight into the programming language itself and present individual areas of application. At the end of the day, attending the conference should ask questions such as “Does the Go programming language fit into the next project?”, “How does it actually work in Go?” and “What can Go do that other languages cannot?” let answer.
Program highlights at a glance
- Entry into Go, standard library and ecosystem
- Concurrency in Go
- Go Interfaces
- Web application in Go
- From REST to gRPC and back
- Go quick: Property-Based-Testing
In addition, the program offers two full-day workshops in which participants can deepen their knowledge.
Extended early bird discount until October 26th
A ticket for the one-day event costs 149 euros including the early bird discount (until October 26, 2021), after that it costs 199 euros (all prices plus 19 percent VAT). Teams also benefit from group discounts; interested parties can contact the event team via email. Tickets for the workshops are available for 449 euros. More information about the program can be found on the conference website.