This is the transcript from the keynote I gave at the International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM) on June 18, 2018. For the past 25 years ISMM has been the premier venue for publishing memory management ..
We are happy to announce that GoLand 2018.2 Beta is now available to try! You can already try features that are coming in the next major version. Compared to the updates we’ve made available over ..
We know it’s been a while since we last released an EAP for our 2018.2. But today we are happy to release our third iteration and give you some of the most anticipated changes in an early preview. ..
A couple of weeks ago we started the EAP for GoLand 2018.2, our next major update. In the first EAP build, we’ve added initial support for vgo, and revisited Go inspections and refactorings. Today ..
This post discusses how maps are implemented in Go. It is based on a presentation I gave at the GoCon Spring 2018 conference in Tokyo, Japan. What is a map function? To understand how a map works, ..
Today we are happy to announce the start of the 2018.2 Early Access Program! During the next few months, we plan to release updates based on the IntelliJ Platform 2018.2, and we would like to invite you to help ..
A fresh GoLand 2018.1 EAP build is here, and as always, it comes with lots of new features and bugfixes! Below is a quick overview of the changes.Dep The most important news about the update is the support ..
Following the train of EAPs of the IDEs based on the IntelliJ platform, GoLand is releasing its own. Welcome GoLand 2018.1 EAP 4. The update brings in the improvements from the platform, such as the long-awaited ..
Great news everyone! A fresh GoLand 2018.1 EAP build is here with lots of goodies inside. Read on to learn what’s in there or go ahead and download the EAP build to try it for yourself. Thanks to the new -json ..
Following the opening of the EAPs for IntelliJ IDEA and WebStorm, the GoLand team is in a hurry to let you know that GoLand 2018.1 EAP is here with lots of goodies. Read below to learn what’s new or go ahead, ..
This is a post inspired by a question on the Go Forum. The question, paraphrased, was “If properly aligned writes are guaranteed to be atomic by the processor, why does the race detector complain?” ..