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Golang Live: The State of Go's Type System

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29 March 2023 18:30-19:30 Virtual

The State of Go's Type System​

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Graeme King hosts Martin Jungblut to cover such topics as generics, virtual function dispatching, compile-time duck typing, type erasures, runtime type checking, among others. It covers Go 1.20, Rust 1.67.1 and C++20

This presentation contrasts the type systems of Go, Rust and C++, comparing their practical usage, the theoretical background that supports their design, and how a type system impacts software quality.

Attendance is usually very high for these events, so we suggest registering sooner rather than later to avoid missing out!

It's 100% free to attend, so register with Eventbrite and enjoy the show!

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