Go for Pythonistas

In this talk Francesc Campoy Flores presents Go for Pythonistas. Slides are available at http://talks.golang.org/2013/go4python.slide He looks at the similarities and differences between Python and Go, skipping the basics and focusing on some advanced, in-depth topics. Plus, we'll get our hands dirty with some Go exercises. It displays some techniques typical from dynamic languages as generators, decorators, and monkey patching and how they can be implemented in Go.

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