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Fyne: Cross Platform GUI Toolkit and API — We first linked this when it was for desktop only but it supports Android and iOS too now. It claims to be inspired by Material Design but looks more generally Linux-y to me. Certainly a clean look though.

Fyne.io

On Mirrors, Checksums and Athens teacher extraordinaire Bill Kennedy is back to explain what Go module mirrors/proxies are all about and why you might set up your own private one.

William Kennedy

High Performance Redis Hosting — Better monitoring, seamless scaling, and automatic version upgrades make RedisGreen the preferred choice for teams.

RedisGreen

TamaGo: Bare Metal Go for ARM SoCs — This framework stems from a need to write embedded software without any dependency on C or operating systems. “If Go is your language of choice and you want to develop embedded system firmware you can grab a USB armory Mk II and run Go applications with very few limitations.”

F-Secure Labs

💻 Jobs

Find a Dev Job Through Vettery — Vettery is completely free for job seekers. Make a profile, name your salary, and connect with hiring managers from top employers.

Vettery

📘 Articles & Tutorials

An Introduction to Go’s trace Packagetrace provides functionality to get tracing information about the execution of your program including goroutine use, memory allocation, syscalls, etc.

Vincent Blanchon

Getting Started with Bluetooth LE — One for you Go + hardware fans. This is a thorough introduction to coding for a SoC device aimed at modern Bluetooth use cases.

Embedded Go

Batching Operations in Go — How grouping operations into batches can be done with some loops and counters, but encapsulating that logic into a helper can make it feel more robust.

Mat Ryer

🛠 Code & Tools

Delve 1.4.0: A Debugger for Go — A long standing project which has just this week added Linux/ARM64 support, as well as support for the forthcoming Go 1.14.

Derek Parker