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Go 1.12 is released

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Today the Go team is happy to announce the release of Go 1.12. You can get it from the download page. For details about the changes in Go 1.12, see the Go 1.12 ..

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Talk, then code

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The open source projects that I contribute to follow a philosophy which I describe as talk, then code. I think this is generally a good way to develop ..

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Go Modules in 2019

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What a year! 2018 was a great year for the Go ecosystem, with package management as one of our major focuses. In February, we started a community-wide ..

3 months ago
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Nine years of Go

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Introduction Today marks the ninth anniversary of the day we open-sourced our initial sketch of Go. On each anniversary we like to take time to reflect ..

4 months ago
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The GopherCon 2018 edition

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#228 — September 13, 2018 Read on the Web Golang Weekly From Prototype to Production: Lessons from Building and Scaling Reddit’s Ad Serving ..

6 months ago
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GoLand 2018.2.2 is here!

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GoLand 2018.2.2 is released and available for download. As usual, we are providing several options: download from the website, via Toolbox App, or as a patch ..

7 months ago
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Go 2 Draft Designs

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Yesterday, at our annual Go contributor summit, attendees got a sneak peek at preliminary drafts of possible designs for changes to error handling and generics. ..

7 months ago
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Go 1.11 is released

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Who says releasing on Friday is a bad idea? Today the Go team is happy to announce the release of Go 1.11. You can get it from the download page. There ..

7 months ago
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Using Go modules with Travis CI

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In my previous post I converted httpstat to use Go 1.11’s upcoming module support. In this post I continue to explore integrating Go modules into ..

8 months ago
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Taking Go modules for a spin

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Update: Since this post was written, Go 1.11beta2 has been released. I’ve updated the setup section to reflect this. Russ Cox kindly wrote to me to explain ..

8 months ago
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Slices from the ground up

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This blog post was inspired by a conversation with a co-worker about using a slice as a stack. The conversation turned into a wider discussion on the way slices ..

8 months ago
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Updating the Go Code of Conduct

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In November 2015, we introduced the Go Code of Conduct. It was developed in a collaboration between the Go team members at Google and the Go community. ..

10 months ago
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Go’s New Brand

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Introduction I am delighted to announce the launch of Go’s new look and logo. Go has been on an amazing journey over the last 8+ years. Our project, ..

11 months ago
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A Proposal for Package Versioning in Go

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Introduction Eight years ago, the Go team introduced goinstall (which led to go get) and with it the decentralized, URL-like import paths that Go developers ..

12 months ago
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Go 2017 Survey Results

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Thank you This post summarizes the result of our 2017 user survey along with commentary and insights. It also draws key comparisons between the results ..

1 year ago
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Go 1.10 is released

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Happy Friday, happy weekend! Today the Go team is happy to announce the release of Go 1.10. You can get it from the download page. See the Go 1.10 release ..

1 year ago
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Hello, 中国!

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We are thrilled to announce that the content on golang.org is now available in mainland China through the name https://golang.google.cn. The growing Go developer ..

1 year ago
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Containers versus Operating Systems

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What does a distro provide? The most popular docker base container image is either busybox, or scratch. This is driven by a movement that is equal parts ..

1 year ago
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Go’s hidden #pragmas

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This is an article about compiler directives; or as they are commonly known, pragmas. It’s derived from a talk of a similar name that I gave last ..

1 year ago
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