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The Go Gazette

September 26 · Issue #74 · View online
Weekly curations of blogs and tools for Golang pros.

FYI: my team at Jexia is looking for an accomplished Go developer. Jexia is a cloud platform that provides, scales and maintains core software functions, such as authorization, user management, data storage and RTC, out of the box for developers.

Fundamentals
Go 1.13.1 and Go 1.12.10 are released
Proposal: low-cost defers through inline code
Go's proposal process - Part 5: enabling experiments
Robert Griesemer
12 years ago from today, Thu Sep. 20, 2007, I believe, @rob_pike, Ken Thompson, and I put our work aside for a few minutes and decided it's time for a better way to write code. On Sep 25, Rob suggested the name Go and that's how it all started. Onward and upward!
12:18 AM - 21 Sep 2019
Best-practices
How to work with Postgres in Go How to work with Postgres in Go
Using Go instead of bash for scripts
Beware of functions taking parameters of the same type
Tutorials
Bad Go: guessing
Websockets in Go : best tools and step-by-step guide
Go tools
Release Caddy 2.0 beta 2
Ristretto: a high-perf Go cache
Dt: Go's missing DateTime package
A minimal and idiomatic WebSocket library for Go
Go News
PSA: Go 1.13 introduces 15 sec server TCP keep-alives by default https://t.co/IPEJRonBkV #reddit
9:28 PM - 22 Sep 2019
Gev: lightweight, fast non-blocking TCP network lib
Watermill: easily build event-driven Go applications
Gowitness: web screenshot tool using Chrome Headless
Perspectives
I built a simple terrain generator in Go
Inspect Singularity SIF with Web Assembly
mat_ryer.go
On today’s @GoTimeFM I’ll be talking to @peterbourgon @kasiazien and @benbjohnson about Application design in #golang

Put us in your gorgeous little ears.

(Join in LIVE and ask questions to these great devs)

https://t.co/WbZT57qvUn
7:03 PM - 24 Sep 2019
Good code is boring
Lessons learned on object constructors
Academic articles
Go projects excel at automated support
Verifying concurrent, crash-safe systems w/ Perennial
FERRY: access control and quota management service
Presentations
 Going from 0 to 1 in Parallel test execution in Go
LondonGophers 18/09/2019:
Dgraph: the Graph Database written in Go
About this weekly:
The Go Gazette is a mailing consisting of the finest blogs and tools curated for Golang prosI’m Maarten, your curator, working from the Netherlands to help building a software developer platform called Jexia.
Do you have a question, feedback or you want to notify me about a recent blog for Golang pros? Reach out to me via maarten at go-gazette.com. Btw, I don’t accept proposals to include sponsored content in my weekly.
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