Google I/O 2010 – Go Programming

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Google I/O 2010 – Go Programming Tech Talks Rob Pike, Russ Cox The Go Programming Language was released as an open source project in late 2009. This session will illustrate how programming in Go differs from other languages through a set of examples demonstrating features particular to Go. These include concurrency, embedded types, methods on any type, and program construction using interfaces. Very little time will be spent waiting for compilation. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com
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25 Responses to “Google I/O 2010 – Go Programming”

  1. 87365458 Says:

    cop10 事業に応用。リーダー=内山田正志氏

  2. torment3d Says:

    @cptkostya you’re arguing a point that I’m not discussing, so we’ll end the conversation there. mmmkay?

  3. cptkostya Says:

    @torment3d C still got the speed. You can make the small slow programs in Java or C# but all the games, and programs that need computing power (especially the second one) will still use C or C++ for a long time. And of course, the C will always be in OS Development, and it was the C’s original purpose actually.

  4. torment3d Says:

    @cptkostya I didn’t say it was bad, I said it was slow for development – which is not a good thing for modern day applications. Software development is still lacking it’s industrialization step – which will come – but C isn’t the answer, nor is ruby. Go is getting there…

  5. cptkostya Says:

    @torment3d Old doesnt mean its bad. It is slow for development but it runs fast.
    Writing in hex is like writing in assembly, but instead of mov eax,3 it may be something like FA3 hex hex hex. Obviously, assembly is much more easy to remember

  6. cptkostya Says:

    @torment3d Old doesnt mean its bad. It is slow for development but it runs fast.

  7. torment3d Says:

    @Tapajara C is hardly inefficient (from a performance point of view), but sometimes you just need that little extra grunt.. The original doom – I think the whole graphic engine was done in assembly.

  8. torment3d Says:

    @Tapajara assembly. 2nd generation language. C is third generation, java 4th.etc. Hex is actually the wrong term, apologies.

  9. torment3d Says:

    @Tapajara assembly. 2nd generation language. C is third generation, java 4th.etc

  10. torment3d Says:

    @cptkostya because c is old and slow (for development)

  11. Tapajara Says:

    @torment3d Can you explain what you mean by “written in hex”?

  12. Tapajara Says:

    @cptkostya To an extent, I agree with you. But to answer your question “There are a lot of things wrong with C”. I started noticing them in my first few weeks as a C programmer. My guess is that the reason you even use assembly is to work around the deficiencies of C. But of course, the age old shortcoming of Assembly is that each language is only good for its architecture. It is not portable across different architectures.

  13. torment3d Says:

    @yudlejoza the world could do with a couple, actually. I’m waiting for someone to do another language -like- C but far more modern (and yet written in hex). Super complex task, but sorely needed. Application development is still amazingly expensive.

  14. cptkostya Says:

    Whats wrong with good ol’ C and Assembly??? Stop making new stupid languages. It is pointless!

  15. L2DragonHunter Says:

    At the moment I’m making a language called, ASM.net
    It’s a mix of the C syntax and Assembler, It’s getting pretty good actually, Making a compiler etc… I can call APIs and made some of the registers like EAX, ECX etc

  16. Magnetohydrodynamics Says:

    @mytube232 Why do you believe that OOP is necessary in order to have a good language? I have not tried Go, but I can infer that it is plenty powerful without OOP.

  17. Magnetohydrodynamics Says:

    I am in love with this now. Interfaces very closely mimics the type classes in haskell.

  18. biuhhg Says:

    Why do they keep cutting back to the guy talking? I would rather just see the slides thanks.

  19. biuhhg Says:

    Why do they keep cutting back to the guy talking? I would rather just see the slides thanks.

  20. 13odman Says:

    @mojopikon it is now.

  21. skripter888 Says:

    HOW CAN I BUY THE GO’S T-SHIRT? CAN I BUY IT? PLEASE, ANSWER TO ME

  22. cheatis1 Says:

    I need a developer for an iphone app! Hit me up if ya want to collaborate

  23. TheHDQuality Says:

    @frother Haha thumbs up to u 0:24 😀

  24. dho0 Says:

    @Luke1d20 For the same reason that Russ describes Error needing to be converted to string at 6:53.

  25. scooped13 Says:

    Love go, but the speaker looks like a retarded version of matt damon from Good Will Hunting.

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