Another interesting event from Morning@Lohika took place this December, 16. This time, to be diverse & flexible, we talked about Golang. As usually, with experienced guys – Serhii Pichkurov, Lohika & Ivan Kutuzov, SoftServe – and their practice-based presentations.

#1
Go: Why it goes
In this talk Serhii told us about Go, also known as Golang – an open source language developed at Google and used in production by companies such as Docker, Dropbox, Facebook and Google itself. Go is now heavily used as a general-purpose programming language that’s a pleasure to use and maintain. This introductory talk contains many live demos of basic language concepts, concurrency model, simple HTTP-based endpoint implementation and, of course, tests using build-in framework. 


Serhii is SE from Lohika, has 6+ years of experience in developing microservices and games using Java and Go.

 

Presentation – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aQ9SlQRxHqtHaKC9RqjU1SnefdZKHC-j/view?usp=sharing 

 

#2
Going the Go way
Nowadays, switching between technologies is a common thing. But every technology may have its own and specific effective ways of using – its own best practices. This knowledge becomes more mysterious since engineers are lazy to remember all of them and try to simplify and generalize. That may lead to new confusing moments and even bad experience.


Ivan is a Software Engineer at SoftServe and have been using Golang on daily basis for the last 2 years. He has 10+ years of experience in web development with a switch from PHP world. He likes traveling and recently has spent a year in SEA region. His current work and interest are around building scalable applications for a different purpose (from infrastructure to business logic). To do that team should be patient to quality, performance, and aware about price of maintenance for each of solutions.

Presentation – https://drive.google.com/open?id=194yxYa3Iuax-3YeBT-5qjGH2gYezyurz 

Also, there was a good opportunity to support a well-known charity campaign – IT-Mykolay! Attendees had a chance to donate and did so. Many thanks!

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