The Go London User Group is a London-based community for anyone who is interested in the Go programming language, especially beginners.
GLUG provides offline opportunities to:
- Discuss Go and related topics
- Socialise with friendly people who are interested in Go
- Find or fill Go-related jobs
We want GLUG to be a diverse and inclusive community, united by an interest in Go, and so we want anyone who is interested in Go to be able to participate.
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Power up your project with the Machine Box Go SDK
Featuring David Hernandez
Machine Learning is eating the world, we are going show and tell, how to use machinebox.io and Go to use state of the art Machine Learning models, to power up your projects with an amazing features.go machine-learning deep-learning microservices
Weave-npc: Container firewalls in Go
Featuring Bryan Boreham
Go is now a popular choice for network and protocol handling code. Taking Weaveworks' Network Policy Controller as an example, Bryan Boreham will show how you can program Linux network facilities including netlink and iptables in Go.weave container go kubernetes ruby
HTTP2 Server Push with Go 1.8
Go 1.8 introduces a new http.Pusher interface to allow any Go web server to make use of HTTP2's server push feature. This talk will be an overview of the feature, how the Golang interface works, and a quick look at the impact it can have. We'll also look at changes that need to be made to...
A practical guide to Go-Plugin and other HashiCorp libraries
Featuring James Nugent
Many applications have a requirement to load plugins, from either first or third parties, but until recently Go lacked the ability to use the standard shared memory model for this. Back in 2013 with the launch of Packer, HashiCorp built a plugin system for Go which works in multiple processes...