Open Source Go conference

Mar 18th - 19th 2019

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Hollywood, FL

OSCON 2013 - The Gophers Are Coming

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William Kennedy

On June 22nd through the 26th, Portland Oregon is hosting OSCON (Open Source Convention). The event is run by O’Reilly. After looking at the speakers list it appears it is going to be a great convention.

There are three Gophers who will be giving talks. Check out the links:

Francesc Campoy Flores 
Go Developer Programs Engineer, Google Inc.

Johan Euphrosine
Developer Programs Engineer, Google

Brad Fitzpatrick
Software Engineer, Google

I have also been asked by Backstop Media to write a few article on Go to supplement the conference. Once they are publish I will provide links and a quick summary.

If you are going to the convention have a great time. I can’t wait to see the content and videos that come out of it.

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