Silesia JUG #43 - Java vs Go
Przed nami 43 spotkanie z cyklu Silesia JUG!
O języku Go opowie Damian Pacierpnik.
Java appeared on the market in 1995, so it is already 24 years old. Since that time, many more modern languages have appeared. Most of them did not have a major impact on the popularity of Java (especially on the server-side). In 2009 however, Go appeared, which in many solutions began to displace Java. At the presentation, I will try to introduce the language, which conquers the world of cloud-native applications. I will talk about some of its advantages over Java and also about the allegations of this language, most often cited by programmers working with "more advanced" languages such as Java ;)
“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”… and see you on my presentation!
I’m a software engineer with over 13 years of commercial experience. From the beginning of my professional career, I was mostly a backend developer using Java on server-side. For last ~5 years, I’m nearly Full-Stack Developer (yeah, UI is not my strong point :P), and I develop microservices in companies with DevOps culture, and teams huge independence. It gives me an opportunity to try out many different technologies, and gave me a possibility to use other languages like Scala, NodeJS or Go. Especially the last one seems to be really interesting, and is at the center of my interests right now.
Czas trwania: ok. 1h