An Interview with Mark Bates about Go Buffalo
Mark Bates is the creator of the Buffalo framework/ecosystem (Mark prefers "ecosystem") and an organizer for GopherCon and GothamGo. Buffalo is an ecosystem of developer tools designed to make building web applications much faster and simpler.
In this interview Mark and I (Jon Calhoun) discuss how Buffalo came to be, what problems it was designed to solve, and Mark even gives an introductory demo showing off many of Buffalo's features. If you have ever been curious about Buffalo, this is a great introductory video to get a feel for what it is all about and whether or not it is right for you.
This video interview is part of the course Web Development with Go, which teaches both newcomers and experienced developers how to build a complete, production-ready web application using Go (aka Golang) and to then ship that application to a production server.
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