I gave a talk at Berlin’s Golang User Group (which is supposedly the biggest one in Europe at the moment). It was a quick overview of the duplicate image detection software I wrote in Go for Stock Performer. You can find the slides here. I will put the code on my Github profile very soon. There will also be a more extensive blog post about it.
We’ll have our second meetup on Tuesday, Dec 13, 2011 in Berlin. Here are the details:
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Time: 20:30 (open-end)
Location: Spreegold, Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 2, 10178 Berlin Mitte (at Alexanderplatz)
Link to Google Maps
We want to get together to chat and to demo the projects we’re working on. (So bring a laptop.)
There is also a post on Hacker News now for you to upvote. Read more...
I think we’re off to a good start! A bunch of us came out for a nice chat about Berlin’s startup scene, about technology, and generally to get to know each other. Since this was my “minimum viable meetup” I certainly wanted to know what everyone’s expectations were so we could develop it from there (and pivot if necessary). Simon suggested to take cues from the Berlin fine arts scene and throw more parties. Read more...
We’ll have a Hacker News Meetup on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 in Berlin. A number of people have already announced that they’ll join us on that date. These are mostly people working at local startups, founders, and people generally interested in coding and working on interesting projects.
We don’t have a specific agenda for that day so it’ll simply be an event where you can get to know other likeminded people. Read more...