Jan Netherdrake (el 29/05/13 a las 9:35 pm)
I would really love to see Go on Android.
amburgyr (el 25/05/13 a las 7:55 pm)
Well its open source, as he states, so that point is irrevant.
OneCoolDude08 (el 03/04/13 a las 7:10 am)
Google IO is a developer-focused conference held by Google. You could have used Google to find the answer, so yeah it was a stupid question.
OneCoolDude08 (el 03/04/13 a las 6:39 am)
Thanks! I love it because it's green and has angry birds on it!! Oh, a different Rob, sorry!
djsnakeyes (el 26/02/13 a las 3:46 pm)
So what happens when Google drops GO and no longer supports it like it has done with many of it's products, services and APIs?
Steve Bergman (el 10/02/13 a las 11:45 pm)
It's available in 720p. Why in the world would anyone need more than that for this kind of presentation? And tying the success of "go" to the availability of 1080p videos about it is just bizarre. There are plenty more and better reasons that "go" is going to fail.
Bertrand Chardon (el 13/01/13 a las 7:09 pm)
Please Google, make all those videos available in 1080p. You control the production of those videos from A to Z, it needs to be polished and refined if you want to be serious about promoting Go.Excellent video though.
Tj Holowaychuk (el 22/10/12 a las 11:20 pm)
I'm curious why google is so into capitalization (v8's internals, go, etc...) is this to avoid keywords?.. I dont get it, that's a major turnoff really, sounds dumb I know but it looks really bad
8bitslime (el 19/10/12 a las 8:52 pm)
I am nerdy, therefore that sounds like fun...
Charo Nuguid (el 14/10/12 a las 11:07 pm)
It's an annual event of Google where developers from around the world come together to attend technical sessions. These sessions usually focus on mobile, web and enterprise app development using Google's own technologies.It's also where the lucky participants get various freebies like the latest "Google-made" phones, tablets and other such gadgets. :)