|# Upcoming Google I/O Go Events
|12 May 2010
|Summary: If you will be at Google I/O 2010, be sure to catch up with the Go team at these events.
|[Google I/O 2010](https://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/01/google-io-2010-now-open-for.html)
|is happening next week at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco.
|Those of you with tickets will be able to catch some of the Go team both
|at I/O and at Bootcamp.
|In reverse-chronological order:
|Rob Pike and Russ Cox will be presenting a [Go Programming](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgVhBThJdXc)
|talk on Thursday at 10.15am.
|This session takes a detailed look at how Go differs from other languages
|in a practical sense.
|Through a series of examples, they will demonstrate various features of
|Go and the ways in which they affect program design.
|Several members of the Go team will be at the Go cube during Office Hours
|on Wednesday between 12pm and 2:30pm.
|Come by to have your Go questions answered by the experts.
|At Bootcamp on Tuesday at 4.15pm, Andrew Gerrand will be giving an introductory talk about Go.
|The session will give an overview of the problems that motivated us to build a new language,
|and the ways in which Go addresses those problems.
|If you're coming to I/O, we look forward to seeing you there!