Go for Rubyists - Kleber Correia





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Published on Nov 10, 2017

It's funny to think that software development, like in the fashion world, somehow, works in cycles. Trends come and go all the time and as a result new programming languages, frameworks, services, libs are born but just a few remain relevant enough to mature and keep a community growing stronger and healthier.

Go is a open source programming language created at Google by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson whereas Ruby was conceived in the nighties, by Yukihiro Matsumoto. Both, Ruby and Go, are strongly growing and becoming go-to programming languages choices for developers/companies around the world.

In this talk we will compare the languages against each other and see how a Rubyists can start and become productive with Go.


About Kleber Correia:

I'm a problem solver who loves software development. I've been working in web development as a full-stack developer for the last 8 years. Even though that isn't a long time, I had a chance to work with several teams around the world solving all sort of problems with software!


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