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# New Talk and Tutorials
5 May 2010
Summary: More materials for learning about Go: one talk, one codelab, and one screencast.
Andrew Gerrand
Rob Pike recently gave a talk at Stanford's [Computer Systems Colloquium]( (EE380).
Titled [_Another Go at Language Design_](,
the presentation gives an overview of the itches Go was built to scratch,
and how Go addresses those problems.
You can view [a video stream of the talk](,
and [download the slides](
Last week's release included a code lab, [Writing Web Applications](,
that details the construction of a simple wiki program.
It is a practical introduction to some fundamental Go concepts,
and the first of a series of Go code labs.
Lastly, we are often asked "How do Go packages work?" It's easier to show than to explain,
so I put together a [Go Packages screen cast](
that demonstrates the process of writing,
building, installing, and redistributing Go packages.
I hope to post more of these covering a variety of Go programming topics
to the [gocoding YouTube channel]( in the near future.