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  • Burću Dogan
    import "arduino" Targeting a small subset of Go, writing a compiler to bring Go to Arduino boards. #golang http://t.co/mJTub2DMrN
  • Go
    GopherCon 2015 Roundup http://t.co/jC2PbpLoPG #golang #GopherCon http://t.co/1NaSLvyorr
  • Erik St. Martin
    What could this be? Yes, it's the videos from GopherCon 2015! (one missing, will be up soon) https://t.co/YGpaop09Fx #GopherCon #golang
  • Dave Cheney
    If you couldn't make it to #oscon, here's a link to my slides - #golang Performance without the event loop http://t.co/7HTSn0TMnI
  • Alexander Zolotov
    Check out upcoming #golang debugger based on #delve in IntelliJ IDEs cc/@DerkTheDaring @davecheney @jbuberel http://t.co/YIf2liKlYr
  • Dave Cheney
    #golang top tip: name your packages for what they provide, not what they contain.
  • Rob Pike
    Just realized it's not even August yet but Go has had an amazing year already. #golang
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  • Mark Wolfe
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  • Fatih Arslan
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  • GopherCon 2015: Andrew Gerrand - Closing Keynote
  • GopherCon 2015: Katherine Cox Buday - Simplicity and Go
    The mantra of the Go community is “keep it simple”. Sometimes, this idea is distorted to justify poor engineering decisions. In this talk, we’ll explore what simple really means, and what Go brings to the table.
  • GopherCon 2015: Rick Hudson - Go GC: Solving the Latency Problem
    Long garbage collection (GC) pauses stand directly in the way of Go’s growth. It is an important, and often times the only, technical reason practitioners give for not migrating to managed runtimes such as Go. If Go is to live up to its promise of providing a better place for developers it must eliminate long GC pauses. This talk presents and discusses the new 1.5 low latency concurrent GC. Motivations will be given, performance numbers will be presented, we will deep dive into some technical challenges, but more importantly we will discuss why this approach fits well with the Go language.
  • Kevin Gillette - Effective Go Error Handling
    Tricks and Shortcuts you dont need a library for.
  • LangNext 2014 (C++, Rust, D, Go)
    Авторы C++, Rust, D, Go говорят о прошлом, настоящем и будущем системных языков программирования. По определению, системный язык программирования используются для: построения операционных систем, компиляторов, драйверов устройств, игр класса ААА, математических вычислений и программирования роботов. Слева направо: Бьярн Страуструп - создатель языка C++ Нико Матсакис - создатель языка Rust Андрей Александрэску - создатель языка D Роб Пайк - создатель языка Go
  • GopherCon 2015: Abhishek Kona - Rebuilding Parse.com in Go - an opinionated rewrite
    Learn how Parse.com a backend platform for mobile app developer reinvented its backend stack without breaking compatibility with the existing API using Go as the primary tool. One can say this is upgrading the engine of a plane mid-flight. Come hear about all the war stories. Find out how at times we did not do things the “Go-Way”. Learn how we were inspired by the Facebook PHP stack.
  • GopherCon 2015: Russ Cox - Keynote
  • GopherCon 2015: Tomas Senart - Embrace the Interface
    Go gives us powerful abstraction through interfaces with no bureaucracy. In my quest to find the right balance between pragmatism and abstraction, I have developed some useful patterns that leverage Go’s interfaces to make code modular, lean and clean. This is a hands-on opinionated talk about software craftsmanship and sane abstraction techniques. This is a talk where you’ll learn how to embrace the interface.
  • GopherCon 2014 A Channel Compendium by John Graham-Cumming
    Channels are Gos communication mechanism and the standard way for goroutines to communicate. But there are many uses of a channel that go beyond simply sending data to a goroutine. This talk will start with the basics of channel communication and work through examples of channels as buffers, channels as memory managers, channels as signaling devices, channels for coordination, for load balancing and the many uses of channels of channels. The talk will be suitable for beginners and for intermediate Go programmers. All the code shown in the talk will be released. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FG1b/
  • Write in Go (Fall 2014)
  • GopherCon 2015: Derek Parker - Delve Into Go
    A good debugger is an essential tool for any software engineer – but Go has some unique characteristics (the runtime scheduler, for instance) that make traditional debuggers unfeasible. So I wrote Delve, a debugger tailored specifically for Go. When your software misbehaves, how can you glean insight into its unruliness? To answer that we’ll take a deep dive into Delve. We’ll explore what makes software like Delve work, how it aims to solve problems with existing debuggers, and how you can leverage Delve.
  • GopherCon 2015: Blake Caldwell - Uptime: Building Resilient Services with Go
    Hear about Fog Creek’s first production Go service: a rewrite of their Git and Mercurial SSH reverse proxy from Python. See how they monitor memory, who’s currently connected, what actions they’re performing, what their code is doing, and how they implement drain-and-die so a connection is never forcefully closed. Response times halved. Scheduled daily restarts were replaced with multi-month uptime, and shoulder shrugging about recent crashes were replaced with detailed forensic logs. Pick up some tips on how to write resilient services with Go!
  • GopherCon 2015: Kevin Cantwell - What Could Go Wrong?
    Timehop Engineering has made real strides thanks to using Go in production for two years now and we’ve made plenty of mistakes along the way. Typed nils, bloated interfaces, runaway goroutines, mysterious closure states… you name the mistake, we’ve made it.
  • GopherCon 2015: Hana Kim - Go For Mobile Devices
    How cool would it be to write an app for your Android or iOS phone in your favorite language, Go? Since Go 1.4, Android on ARM is one of the officially supported platforms, and Go 1.5 will include iOS support for ARM. I will present the status of Android/iOS support in Go 1.5, and the efforts around the golang.org/x/mobile repository, which hosts tools and libraries for mobile app development in Go.
  • Bjorn Rabenstein - Prometheus: Designing and Implementing a Modern Monitoring Solution in G
    Many lessons have been learned from more than two years of developing Prometheus. Most of its components are implemented in Go, and we run them at their limits during our day-to-day work at SoundCloud. This talk will shed light on various aspects of Prometheus from the perspective of a Go developer, from the instrumentation library all the way to the storage backend.

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  • import "arduino"

Targeting a small subset of Go, writing a compiler to bring Go to Arduino boards. #golang http://t.co/mJTub2DMrN
    import "arduino" Targeting a small subset of Go, writing a compiler to bring Go to Arduino boards. #golang http://t.co/mJTub2DMrN
  • GopherCon 2015 Roundup

http://t.co/jC2PbpLoPG

#golang #GopherCon http://t.co/1NaSLvyorr
    GopherCon 2015 Roundup http://t.co/jC2PbpLoPG #golang #GopherCon http://t.co/1NaSLvyorr
  • Check out upcoming #golang debugger based on #delve in IntelliJ IDEs cc/@DerkTheDaring @davecheney @jbuberel http://t.co/YIf2liKlYr
    Check out upcoming #golang debugger based on #delve in IntelliJ IDEs cc/@DerkTheDaring @davecheney @jbuberel http://t.co/YIf2liKlYr
  • Today I learned that ʹ was a letter ... so I made this to celebrate.
#golang http://t.co/DXeKUYuRkU http://t.co/LTK2CD8f5M
    Today I learned that ʹ was a letter ... so I made this to celebrate. #golang http://t.co/DXeKUYuRkU http://t.co/LTK2CD8f5M
  • Small Golang Apps Containers or how to ship your app in a <20Mb container. http://t.co/V8PgTYfTzL http://t.co/qqLowzXtWw
    Small Golang Apps Containers or how to ship your app in a <20Mb container. http://t.co/V8PgTYfTzL http://t.co/qqLowzXtWw
  • Celebrating the launch to production of our first Golang project #go #gallu #backend #justthebeginning #monsters http://t.co/2AJvfmuYD0
    Celebrating the launch to production of our first Golang project #go #gallu #backend #justthebeginning #monsters http://t.co/2AJvfmuYD0
  • #golang I heard you want to serialize your structs to URL querystrings nice and cleanly.

https://t.co/rJzXFyHa1m http://t.co/RrzezKIhPV
    #golang I heard you want to serialize your structs to URL querystrings nice and cleanly. https://t.co/rJzXFyHa1m http://t.co/RrzezKIhPV
  • Hear me make that case that #golang servers are better than threaded or evented servers, Portland 255 @14:30 #oscon http://t.co/5FLLF3H9HX
    Hear me make that case that #golang servers are better than threaded or evented servers, Portland 255 @14:30 #oscon http://t.co/5FLLF3H9HX
  • Python, Ruby, and Golang: A Web Service Application Comparison http://t.co/8RNOOzkil7 http://t.co/ktDzx6xccr
    Python, Ruby, and Golang: A Web Service Application Comparison http://t.co/8RNOOzkil7 http://t.co/ktDzx6xccr
  • Great post on #golang dependency management for #AppEngine
@neurotic tells you all, even #gb!
http://t.co/OQZfYJAYq2 http://t.co/2PFVEQjDgW
    Great post on #golang dependency management for #AppEngine @neurotic tells you all, even #gb! http://t.co/OQZfYJAYq2 http://t.co/2PFVEQjDgW

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