Written by Ryan Blunden - Developer Advocate at Sourcegraph
Go to the liveblog - https://about.sourcegraph.com/go/
Sourcegraph is the standard developer platform for code search and navigation at many of the largest and most exacting technology companies. With Sourcegraph, every company has access to the same kind of tools that Google and Facebook developers use every day.
For the third year, Sourcegraph is proud to host the official liveblog for GopherCon. We're looking for attendees who want to contribute - is that you?
Liveblogging is an excellent way to get more involved with the Go community, support the presenters, and get your name on an artifact of GopherCon. You can sign up for multiple sessions to keep your options open and help make sure the schedule gets filled.
Liveblogging is about capturing and summarizing the essential parts of a talk, then converting that into a published blog post. We aim to get posts live 2-3 hours after the talk concludes.
Steps to live blog:
blogpostsdirectory and add your content.
If possible, we provide access to the slides beforehand, making it easier to extract code snippets, images, and get familiar with the content.
Fill out our Google form with your contact details and the talks you want to cover. We will then be in touch to confirm your assignment.
Our remote-first team from around the world is coming together at GopherCon next week. We are looking forward to seeing our friends in the Go community, so make sure to find us while you're there! You can find a Sourcegrapher by spotting someone wearing one of these hoodies:
One more thing: Livebloggers will receive one of these awesome hoodies at the end of the conference!