Go has come a long way in recent years: from the IDE to package management to changes in the language itself, Go today provides a more productive, coherent experience than ever before.
In this talk, we'll review the last several years of advancements in the Go language and the Go toolchain, as well as how the Go Team leverages its portfolio of projects to create complete, developer-centric solutions.
By digging into examples of what we're working on now, we'll also share a peek of what we're most excited about in the years to come.
Preamble: The latest news in Go, including an update on adoption metrics and notable launches.
Where we have been: A summary of Go's past, beginning from its origins as an open source project at Google through today.
Where we are today: What the Go Team is working on now and what we are prioritizing in the near-to medium-term.
Where we are going next: A review of prominent tech trends, e.g., AI/ML and software supply chain security, and how Go is positioned for the future.