Go is eating the world of software
We’re joined by Ron Evans at OSCON on the expo hall floor talking about Go and how it’s eating the world of software. Specifically we’re talking about TinyGo and what they’re doing to bring the Go programming language to micro-controllers and modern web browsers. According to Ron Evans, “embedded systems and Go are the most exciting things happening right now.”
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Correction: The URL for Ron’s website is broken. There’s http://deadprogrammersociety.blogspot.com/ but it hasn’t been updated in 9 years…
Great interview! I love listening to opinionated people talking about the big picture.
Jerod co-hosts The Changelog, crashes JS Party, and takes out the trash (his old code) once in awhile.
Good call, I removed Ron’s website from his profile so now we link out to his Twitter account instead, which he updates far more often. 😄
Computer programmer, runner, LEGO builder, powernapper and father of 2 boys all squeezed in the few hours available.
The first virus as mentioned by Ron, must be “The Morris Worm” (and hence not a virus). It was named after it’s implementor Robert Tappan Morris, the son of the cryptographer Robert Morris whom worked for the NSA.