GoSF: The 1.6 Release Party at Docker HQ

Go 1.6 Launch Party

Lightning, thunder, and even hail swept through SF yesterday. But, that didn’t deter hundreds from hustling to Docker’s HQ for the Go 1.6 release party! GoSF received over 470 signups, a nice sum for a relatively young language.

Yesterday’s launch party boasted trivia, stuffed gopher giveaways, and a limited run T-shirt from Iron.io’s Bruce Lu. Oh, and as always there were some great talks.

Video of the talks will also be online soon! For the impatient, we’ve also included summaries and slides of last night’s talks below. Continue reading “GoSF: The 1.6 Release Party at Docker HQ”

SF Rails: Reduce Complexity and Simplify Code

SF Rails: Reduce Complexity and Simplify Code

Last night we swung by the snazzy DevBootCamp offices. Our goal? To learn from the fine folks joining us at the SF Rails meetup.

The topics included DCI, a comparison of static site generators to traditional CMS, and how workers are better fit than functional programming for reactive infrastructure.

Heady stuff! Keep reading for a preview of each topic, and a link to each speaker’s slides. Continue reading “SF Rails: Reduce Complexity and Simplify Code”