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Benefits and costs of writing a POSIX Kernel in Go, hacking with Golang & more

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The Go Gazette

March 22 · Issue #47 · View online
Weekly curations of blogs and tools for Golang seniors.

I’m Maarten and use Go to build developer platform Jexia. Just learning Go? Join my Master the World of Go weekly.

Fundamentals
Using Go Modules
Does a concrete type implement an interface in Go?
Scientific paper
Benefits and costs of writing a POSIX kernel in Go
Best-practices
Unhandled errors in Go
Debugging and testing in Golang
Yoichiro Shimizu | 技術書典6 け27 golang.tokyo
“Build a serverless website from scratch using S3, API Gateway, AWS Lambda, Go and Terraform” (1 user) https://t.co/pOAlx8NXRP
9:32 PM - 21 Mar 2019
How we leverage gRPC in a microservices architecture
Custom Go module URLs w/ serverless AWS & Terraform
Tutorials
Building a cross platform GUI with Go
Test Ethereum smart contracts with Go
Command and control guide to Merlin
Collect, standardize, and centralize Go logs
Pi Day 2019: build your own alarm system
Create a contacts list with Go and PostgreSQL
Go integration testing: Part 1 - execute tests w/ Docker
Tools
A better ORM for Go
Back to Traefik 2.0 – containous
Ondrej Kokes
After reading @lemire's post on high/low level APIs for deserialising integers, I felt like benchmarking a thing or two.

Conclusion? Don't fear bytes if you want to go fast. And don't fear your program crashing and burning if you want to go ultrafast. https://t.co/jQSY6Zblg5
5:13 PM - 19 Mar 2019
An i3status alternative in Go
Exposing Go Modules to Prometheus
The whale
Revel - A high-productivity, flexible web framework for the Go language. https://t.co/rOVVyKzSXC #Dev #Go #Framework
9:24 AM - 18 Mar 2019
Docli: command-line interfaces made easy
Introducing Go Modules on @now/go - ZEIT
Perspectives
Types are moving to the right
The lost art of right aligning code
New malware family written in Go
Dive into Slack enterprise key management
Presentations
Let’s jump into hands-on session and explore how security tools can be written in Go:
Hacking with Go - Victoria Almazova
To end, I want to let you know that this non-profit weekly was mentioned in a Reddit debate about whether a curator should be rewarded. I strongly feel there’s nothing wrong with earning money for these efforts, I just thank my colleague Peter for sharing insights and experiences from all passionate Go bloggers and coders. Devs, please keep blogging, as Matthew rightly said.
Enjoy your weekend! Cheers, Maarten.
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