FOSDEM 2017: Android development with Go

Speaker: Daniel Esteban

In this presentation Daniel talks about Android (and a little of iOS too) development with Gomobile. What options do we have when it comes to mobile devices and our favorite language, how to start and a few bits about my experience building an Android App.

The State of Go – February 2017

Francesc Campoy covers the most important changes coming with Go 1.8
Slides: https://talks.golang.org/2017/state-of-go.slide
Channel: The Go Programming Language
Published: 2017-02-06 00:08:59
Duration: 34M27S
Views: 2571
Likes: 52
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FOSDEM 2017: gobpf – utilizing eBPF from Go

Speaker: Michael Schubert

eBPF is a Linux in-kernel virtual machine that is used for tracing functions, networking, performance analysis and more. In this talk I will give an introduction into eBPF and gobpf, a new library under the IO Visor Project, and show how gobpf can be used to access and utilize eBPF features from Go programs. We will also look at the design of gobpf and its use of the bcc framework and Cgo.

More: https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/go_bpf/

Channel: The Go Programming Language
Published: 2017-02-06 15:21:24
Duration: 22M50S
Views: 297
Likes: 7
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FOSDEM 2017 – Resurrecting dinosaurs, what can possibly go wrong?

My presentation at FOSDEM 2017 talking about containerised applications (Flatpak, Snappy, AppImage) and how maybe they’re promising to not only solve a bunch of problems, but bring back a bunch from the dead.

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Belgium Licence.
Originally uploaded by FOSDEM at http://video.fosdem.org/2017/Janson

Channel: Richard Brown
Published: 2017-02-05 04:25:52
Duration: 38M36S
Views: 1242
Likes: 14
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Go and the Modern Enterprise – Peter Bourgon – London Go Gathering 2015

Peter Bourgon talks about Go’s place in the Modern Enterprise and introduces the gokit project. http://gokit.io
Channel: The Go Programming Language
Published: 2015-02-27 00:36:30
Duration: 35M53S
Views: 6228
Likes: 81
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FOSDEM 2017 – How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Tumbleweed

My presentation at FOSDEM 2017 talking about openSUSE Tumbleweed and why everyone should be using rolling releases

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Belgium Licence.
Originally uploaded by FOSDEM at http://video.fosdem.org/2017/K.4.601/

Channel: Richard Brown
Published: 2017-02-04 22:48:35
Duration: 50M10S
Views: 618
Likes: 15
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