Domain closing down, update bookmarks! The owner of the domain go-steel-programmers.org is deliberately letting it expire. The content here will remain available, at https://gosteelprogrammers.github.io/website, for archival purposes. The host formerly known as present.go-steel-programmers.org is now gsp-present.globnix.org, which will do for archival purposes.
We are now part of the Code & Supply Pittsburgh meetup community. The ‘Go Steel Programmers’ focus was on programmers who use Go (#golang), in or around Pittsburgh, PA. There is a much larger group of people active in the Pittsburgh tech scene in Code & Supply, with broader interests, social activities and more.
Please visit Code & Supply's website instead.
This web-page is currently (October 2014) still being updated, but may be discontinued as we discover what does and does not work under the C&S banner.
Online resources include:
- The Code & Supply website.
- Meetings scheduled through Code & Supply's meetup group.
- The C&S Twitter account, @codeandsupply.
- A GitHub organization, GoSteelProgrammers
- A Google+ Community, Go Steel Programmers — fate under C&S unknown.
IRC: Freenode network,
You can also find Golang-specific help on the general
If you're in Pittsburgh, then when we last checked, hubbard.freenode.net is local. Hubbard links: #codeandsupply & #go-nuts.
- September: ?
Unit Testing (to framework, or not to framework?)
[source mercurial repo on BitBucket].
Preceded by a presentation from Dewey Vozel on GiveCamp Pittsburgh — check it out!
- July: Debugging Go [source git repo on GitHub]. Presenter: Jesse Szwedko.
- June: Dan Buch on using gorilla/mux, codegangsta/negroni, and Sirupsen/logrus together.
May: co-hosted event with
“Pittsburgh Code and Supply” —
“DevOps Night - How is ChatOps Formed?”.
Carol Nichols of Think Through Learning gave us a dry-run presentation of her devopsdays Pittsburgh talk on ChatOps.
Dan Buch of ModCloth gave a talk “Practical 12 Factor Go”.
- April: cancelled due to conflict with GopherCon in Denver.
- March: “Interfaces: a new leaf for an old book”. Jesse led a session in which we watched a session from FOSDEM 2014 and discussed it.
- February: Introducing the Martini web framework [source git repo on GitHub]. Presenter: Eric Gravert.
- January: A Review of Go ORMs [source git repo on GitHub]. Presenter: Jesse Szwedko.
- December: [cancelled]
November: Microtalks, no slides.
Phil on: Godep, hashbang go scripting and a quick walkthrough of using dlopen() in Go.
Eric on: ?
- October: [cancelled]
- September: fixme
- August: [Google Pittsburgh] discussion
- July: packaging and versioning, round-table discussion. No slides.
- June: we attended Google Pittsburgh's “Red Planet” coding event.
- [Mini-talk] Harmonolog on Raspberry Pi, a simple audio synthesizer. Presenter: Bryan Mills. [source mercurial repo on BitBucket].
- [Mini-talk] The Pros of Cons of Go at Apcera. Presenter: Phil Pennock; slide-deck (not available): Brady Catherman
- April: Go Concurrency Patterns For the Real World [source mercurial repo on BitBucket]. Presenter: Bryan Mills
- March: The Path to Go 1.1 [source git repo on GitHub]. Presenters: Sheena McCoy & Jesse Szwedko.
- February: RabbitMQ and Go. [source git repo on GitHub]. Presenter: Eric Gravert (and supporting cast).
- January: Go TDD for dynamic linguists [GDrive]. Presenter: Daniel Buch.