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Mat Ryer hosts our first one-on-one interview-style episode with special guest Ron Evans. Mat asks Ron to teach us about Go in IoT, hardware hacking at Gophercon, TinyGo, and Gopherbot.

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Win a Gopherbot!

To take part in the giveaway to win your very own Gopherbot, all you have to do is send a tweet to @GoTimeFM plus any of the following — review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, socialize your favorite episode on Twitter, or recommend the show to a friend. Details for each are below.

Tweet: To be entered you MUST tweet us @GoTimeFM in addition to either a review of the podcast on Apple Podcasts, socialize your favorite episode on Twitter, or recommend the show to a friend. Here’s the tweet we’re looking for — I listen to @GoTimeFM and I learned #golang because... — Ron will pick his favorite reason and we’ll announce the winner in a few weeks.

Review: Write a review on Apple Podcasts (5-stars plz). Email a screenshot of the review plus a link to your tweet to gotime@changelog.com with subject “Gopherbot me!” as proof of entry.

Socialize: Share an episode you’ve enjoyed on social media. Email a link to your tweet/post plus a link to your tweet to gotime@changelog.com with subject “Gopherbot me!” as proof of entry.

Recommend: Personally recommend the show to a friend/colleague via email. BCC gotime@changelog.com with subject “You should listen to the Go Time podcast!” and include this link https://changelog.com/gotime somewhere in the body of your email.