In this post, I will share my experience of working as a consulting solutions architect and a mentor on Go programming language and distributed systems architectures, in India, and I will also share some of my recommendations based on my experience, when you adopt Go in your organisations.

I am an early adopter of Go, and authored two books on it, in 2015 and in 2016. Before Go, I worked extensively on Microsoft .net stack for more than a decade, and since 2008, I have been working as an Architect. When I left from .net technologies and moved to Go, I was a Microsoft MVP and an Azure insider. Since 2015, I have been working as a consulting solutions architect and a trainer to mentor companies to adopt Go in their organisations and to projects and products. During this period, I have mentored more than 50 companies, which includes start-up companies on product engineering, mid-sized companies and larger organisations. While I work with these companies, I went through different emotions — pleasant, unpleasant, and neither unpleasant nor pleasant. …

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Shiju Varghese

Consulting Solutions Architect and Trainer on Go and Distributed Systems, with focus on Microservices and Event-Driven Architectures. Author of two books on Go.

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