The West Yorkshire Python User Group (WYPy) have been meeting monthly since 2007. Our meetings are free, and usually include at least one talk, as well as a trip to the pub.
Go is a new language with a long pedigree. It was designed at Google by Rob Pike (one of the designers of Unix) and Ken Thomson (one of the designers of C). Go seems to be gaining traction as an environment for developing simple, efficient applications.
Matt Goodall (@atomatt) will be introducing us to Go; showing us some of the key aspects of the language and the runtime's concurrency primitives by building a simple server application.
Thursday 14 May, talk from 7:30pm.
If you want to arrive before the talk, the venue will be open from about 6.30. We will be finished by 9, and we will be going to the pub afterwards.
We will be holding the talk in the boardroom at the back of the ground floor of the building. If you arrive late we may not hear the doorbell, so please phone Peter on <removed>.