Google Developer Meetup - Build Your GO Web App and Deploy on Heroku

Google San Francisco
345 Spear St, 7th Floor
San Francisco, CA
United States
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Mar 7 , 2018
6:00pm - 9:00pm PST

  • Heroku presenter
  • Go

Agenda Check-in and networking over food and drinks

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Talk: Introduction to Angular 5 Alain Chautard will go through an introduction to the Angular framework. If you don't know anything about Angular, that's a perfect opportunity to learn all of the basics and get you started with the latest version of one of the most popular web development frameworks! Alain will talk about TypeScript, components, services, pipes, and how to work with Angular CLI through live coding.

Talk: Build your GO web app and deploy on Heroku This talk goes over building a Go Web App from Scratch using different Go Web frameworks out there. It goes over the challenges and details of using various frameworks. This talk assumes a basic understanding of the Go language. This talk also details the necessary steps needed to build and deploy a Go Web App on the Heroku Platform.

About the Speakers

Alain is a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies / Angular. He started working with Angular JS in 2011. Since then he has worked with all Angular versions on a daily basis, both as a developer and as a technical trainer. He is the organizer of the Sacramento Angular Meetup group, co-organizer of the Google Developer Group chapter in Sacramento, California, and published author of the Packt video course “Getting Started with Angular“.

Sowjanya is a Senior Software Engineer at Heroku. She started off her career as a Hardware Engineer at Intel building SysVerilog components and found her love for Software Design and Engineering only 5 years ago. For the past 5 years she has worked as a Full-Stack Engineer building web applications and services in Ruby, Rails, Go & Node. Today she works on the Backend and Devops at Heroku, primarily using Go, Ruby & Docker. In her free time she is also a mentor at Women Who Code San Francisco.

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