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  • Issue #152 — March 23, 2017
    • A Go and OpenGL Tutorial
    • Changes A Rust Developer Would Make to Go
    • Why Go?
  • Issue #151 — March 16, 2017
    • Profiling and Optimizing Go Web Applications
    • The Tale of a Developer's First Go Patch
    • Blocks and Scopes in Go
  • Issue #150 — March 9, 2017
    • The Go 2016 Survey Results
    • A Roadmap to Merging 'dep' Into the Go Toolchain
    • A Story of a Fat Go Binary
  • Issue #149 — March 2, 2017
    • An Intro to Flow-Based Programming in Go
    • Breaking Go’s Automated Memory Management: Here’s What Happened
    • Try Codeship Basic: Simple hosted CI that works out of the box
  • Issue #148 — February 23, 2017
    • Building a Face-Replacing Slack Bot in Go
    • Logging, Interfaces, and Allocation
    • The Top 10 Most Imported Go Packages
  • Issue #147 — February 16, 2017
    • Go 1.8 Final Released
    • What's New in Go 1.8
    • Go Web Examples
  • Issue #146 — February 9, 2017
    • The State of Go (in February 2017)
    • A Curated List of 100+ Go Storage Projects and Libraries
    • New Gogland Go IDE Early Access Release Available
  • Issue #145 — February 2, 2017
    • Beautiful Packages in Go
    • Murlock: Build macOS Desktop Apps with Go and HTML
    • Go 1.8 Final Due Around February 14-16
  • Issue #144 — January 26, 2017
    • Dep: A Prototype Go Dependency Management Tool
    • Ponzu: CMS with Automatic JSON API for 'Thick Client' Frontends
    • Go 1.9 Planning and Kick-Off Week (Feb 6-10)
  • Issue #143 — January 19, 2017
    • My Go Resolutions for 2017
    • Eric S Raymond on Rust vs. Go
    • OK Log: Distributed, Coordination-Free Log Management System
  • Issue #142 — January 12, 2017
    • Go 1.8 Release Candidate 1 Released
    • Plugins in Go 1.8
    • Self Deploying Go Applications
  • Issue #141 — January 5, 2017
    • Grumpy: A Python Runtime Built on Go, by Google
    • A Look at What's Coming in Go 1.8
    • 5 Things to Watch in Go Programming in 2017
  • Issue #140 — December 22, 2016
    • Go Best Practices, Six Years in
    • What To Look Forward To in Go 1.8
    • Go’s Alias Proposal and Concerns of Google 'Controlling' Go
  • Issue #139 — December 15, 2016
    • The Saga of Go Dependency Management
    • Participate in the Official 2016 Go User Survey
    • Some Tools For Go You Might Not Know Yet
  • Issue #138 — December 8, 2016
    • Go's Real-Time GC in Theory and Practice
    • Writing Go Assembly Functions with PeachPy
    • A Visual Map of Your Redis Memory
  • Issue #137 — December 1, 2016
    • Go 1.8 Beta 1 Released
    • Implementing Binary Search Iteratively with Go
    • DigitalOcean Releases go-qemu and go-libvirt
  • Issue #136 — November 17, 2016
    • Do Not Fear First Class Functions
    • IronFunctions: A Go-Powered Serverless Microservices Platform
    • Putting Eval in Go: Building an Interpreter
  • Issue #135 — November 10, 2016
    • Go Turns 7 Years Old Today
    • What's Coming in Go 1.8
    • Aliases Pushed Back to Go 1.9 After Issues Discovered
  • Issue #134 — November 3, 2016
    • Go’s Alias Proposal and Concerns of Google 'Controlling' Go
    • Aiming for Sub-Millisecond GC Pauses
    • Do Not Fear First Class Functions
  • Issue #133 — October 27, 2016
    • Introducing Go 2.0 (A Thought Experiment Only)
    • Go Tooling in Action
    • Go On Its Way to Become TIOBE's Language of 2016
  • Issue #132 — October 20, 2016
    • Write React Components in Go
    • Go 1.7.3 Released, A Minor Point Release
    • Free eBook: Continuous Deployment for Docker Apps to Kubernetes
  • Issue #131 — October 13, 2016
    • Reducing Type Hierarchies
    • A Random Blog Post: Generating Random Numbers
    • bytes.Buffer, I Thought You Were My Friend
  • Issue #130 — October 6, 2016
    • Using Go 1.7's Subtests and Sub-Benchmarks
    • Introducing HTTP Tracing in Go 1.7
    • Distributed Locks using Go and Redis
  • Issue #129 — September 29, 2016
    • Go Tooling Essentials: The Flags You Should Know
    • Reversing Go Binaries Like A Pro
    • Real-time Golang performance monitoring
  • Issue #128 — September 22, 2016
    • A Walkthrough of Go's 'fmt' Package
    • Gallium: Build Desktop Apps with Go and HTML
    • Dropping Down Go Functions in Assembly
  • Issue #127 — September 15, 2016
    • Proposal: Add ACME (LetsEncrypt, etc.) Support to net/http
    • 7 Ways to Profile Go Applications
    • A Walkthrough of 'strconv'
  • Issue #126 — September 8, 2016
    • Advanced Patterns with io.ReadWriter
    • The Great Go Dependency Management User Survey
    • A Kickstarter to Make a Real 'Go Gopher' Plush Toy
  • Issue #125 — September 1, 2016
    • Brad Fitzpatrick on What To Look Forward To in Go 1.8
    • Go Development in Vim with vim-go
    • Monitor all the things
  • Issue #124 — August 25, 2016
    • Smaller Go 1.7 Binaries
    • Don't Just Check Errors, Handle Them Gracefully
    • An Intro to Templates in Go
  • Issue #123 — August 18, 2016
    • Go 1.7 Final Released
    • A Walkthrough of Go's Encoding Package
    • Looking At Your Program’s Structure in Go 1.7
  • Issue #122 — August 11, 2016
    • Building Webapps and Microservices Using Gin
    • A Walkthrough of Go's 'bytes' and 'strings' Packages
    • Go 1.7 Release Candidate 6 Released
  • Issue #121 — August 4, 2016
    • Go 1.7 Release Candidates 4 and 5 Released
    • A Walkthrough of the Go 'io' Package
    • Try Compose PostgreSQL, get a free tshirt
  • Issue #120 — July 28, 2016
    • GAS: A Go AST Scanner
    • go-dotnet: Go Wrapper for the .NET Core Runtime
    • Scott Mansfield Talking About Using Go at Netflix
  • Issue #119 — July 21, 2016
    • Understanding Nil (in Go)
    • GoTrace: Concurrency Tracer and Visualizer for Go
    • BuntDB: Embeddable, In-Memory Key/Value Database for Go
  • Issue #118 — July 14, 2016
    • A Tutorial for vim-go
    • Go 1.7 Release Candidate 1 Downloads Available
    • go-chart: A Basic Chart Drawing Library
  • Issue #117 — July 7, 2016
    • Go's March to Low-latency GC
    • Real Life Go Benchmarking
    • Native Continuous Delivery for Docker
  • Issue #116 — June 30, 2016
    • Gophers, Please Tag Your Releases
    • Data-Driven / Parameterized Tests in Go
    • The Complete Guide to net/http Timeouts
  • Issue #115 — June 23, 2016
    • Bleve: A Go-Based Full Text Search Database
    • A (Very) Simple Windows GUI Application in Go
    • Writing An AWS Lambda Function with Go
  • Issue #114 — June 16, 2016
    • goque: Persistent Stacks and Queues Backed by LevelDB
    • Go Code Usage Examples in Your Editor, As You Type
    • Managing Syscall Overhead with crypto/rand
  • Issue #113 — June 9, 2016
    • Go Tooling in Action
    • The 2016 'State of Go' Survey
    • See Python, See Python Go, Go Python Go
  • Issue #112 — June 2, 2016
    • A Draft of Go 1.7's Release Notes
    • Writing a Lexer in Go with LexMachine
    • Introducing Gimme: Dependency-Less Dependencies for Go
  • Issue #111 — May 26, 2016
    • Achieving a Perfect SSL Labs Score with Go
    • Testing Your (HTTP) Handlers in Go
    • go-httpd: How to Organise a Go HTTP Service
  • Issue #110 — May 19, 2016
    • Creating C++ Bindings for a Go Library
    • How to Perform Integration Testing on Go Applications with Docker
    • Go with More Options
  • Issue #109 — May 12, 2016
    • Awesome Go LibHunt: Curated Go Tools and Libraries
    • Go 1.7 Observed Performance Changes
    • httpexpect: Helps You Write Nice Tests for Your HTTP API
  • Issue #108 — May 5, 2016
    • Go Best Practices, Six Years in
    • The Go 1.7 Freeze Begins Now
    • Barcelona Full Stack Fest 2016: Problems of today, ideas from the future
  • Issue #107 — April 28, 2016
    • How to Optimize Go for High Performance
    • Build Your Own Container in Fewer Than 100 Lines of Go
    • Building the Simplest Go Static Analysis Tool
  • Issue #106 — April 21, 2016
    • Shrink Your Go Binaries With These Tricks
    • REST Layer: REST and GraphQL APIs Made Easy
    • Writing High Performance Go
  • Issue #105 — April 14, 2016
    • Go 1.6.1 and 1.5.4 Released
    • gofeed: Robust RSS and Atom Feed Parsing Library
    • Advanced Testing with Go
  • Issue #104 — April 7, 2016
    • go-debug: A Go Debugger for the Atom Editor
    • Getting Started with WebSockets in Go
    • Go 1.7 Toolchain Improvements
  • Issue #103 — March 31, 2016
    • Brad Fitzpatrick's GopherCon India 2016 Keynote
    • LeftPad and Go: Can Tooling Help?
    • Go real-time
  • Issue #102 — March 24, 2016
    • easyjson: A Fast JSON serializer for Go
    • An Introduction to LLVM in Go
    • structlayout: Visualize the Layout of a Struct
  • Issue #101 — March 17, 2016
    • Go Exposed: How Remote Import Paths Work
    • HTTP/2 and http2 in Go 1.6
    • Fix bugs in production before anyone even notices them.
  • Issue #100 — March 10, 2016
    • 10 Million Concurrent WebSockets
    • SSH Tron: A Multiplayer Tron Game over SSH
    • Working with Redis
  • Issue #99 — March 3, 2016
    • Go for Visual Studio Code
    • From 0 to Microservice in 5 Minutes with Go
    • Real-time Image Resizing as a Service
  • Issue #98 — February 25, 2016
    • Go Graphics (gg): A 2D Graphics Rendering Library
    • Gentleman: Plugin-Driven, Middleware-Based HTTP Client Toolkit
    • How Uber's Highest Query per Second Service Is Built on Go
  • Issue #97 — February 18, 2016
    • Go 1.6 Released
    • We Are The Go Contributors: Ask Us Anything
    • Redis Performance Dashboard and Autoscaling from RedisGreen
  • Issue #96 — February 11, 2016
    • Language and Locale Matching in Go
    • Introducing Silk: Markdown-Driven API Tests
    • Beyond the Hype: 4 Years of Go in Production
  • Issue #95 — February 4, 2016
    • Writ: A Flexible Command and Option Parser
    • Writing Assembly in Go
    • Free eBook: Orchestrate Containers with Docker Compose
  • Issue #94 — January 28, 2016
    • curl-to-Go: Convert curl Commands to Go Code
    • Visualizing Concurrency in Go
    • Mastering Concurrency in Go
  • Issue #93 — January 21, 2016
    • Apex: Serverless Architecture with AWS Lambda
    • cgo is not Go
    • Go 1.6's Remaining Schedule and Superfreeze
  • Issue #92 — January 14, 2016
    • GopherCon 2016: A Conference for Go Devs (Jul 11-13, Denver, CO)
    • Go 1.5.3 Released
    • LLVM 3.8's Debugger Will Include Go Support
  • Issue #91 — January 7, 2016
    • Traps, Gotchas, and Common Mistakes for New Go Devs
    • Go: How I Start
    • Siesta: RESTful Services Made Simple in Go
  • Issue #90 — December 31, 2015
    • Go 1.6 Beta 1 Released
    • Glow: Map Reduce for Golang
    • Redis Performance Dashboard and Autoscaling from RedisGreen
  • Issue #89 — December 17, 2015
    • Gizmo: A Microservice Toolkit from The New York Times
    • Caddy 0.8: Automatic HTTPS for Your Sites / Apps
    • Announcing GopherCon 2016
  • Issue #88 — December 10, 2015
    • The Cost and Complexity of Cgo
    • Go GC: Prioritizing Low Latency and Simplicity
    • Are Go Maps Sensitive to Data Races?
  • Issue #87 — December 3, 2015
    • A Whirlwind Tour of Go’s Runtime Environment Variables
    • Debugging Go Programs with Delve
    • Fix bugs in production before your boss even notices.
  • Issue #86 — November 26, 2015
    • How to Optimize Garbage Collection in Go
    • Alan Donovan and Brian Kernighan Answer Questions About Go
    • The Go Community Code of Conduct
  • Issue #85 — November 19, 2015
    • The Legacy of Go
    • Writing Unit Tests for your net/http Handlers
    • Oden: A Lisp-Like Language That Compiles to Go
  • Issue #84 — November 12, 2015
    • Six Years of Go
    • testing/quick: Go's Little-Known Blackbox Test Harness
    • My Go IDE in a Container
  • Issue #83 — November 5, 2015
    • Implementing a BDD Workflow in Go
    • 3 Go Gotchas
    • Real-time Image Resizing as a Service
  • Issue #82 — October 30, 2015
    • Testy: An Extensible Facade Around Go's Core Testing Library
    • The Go Cookbook: An In-Progress Community Resource
    • Gobot 0.10: A Robotics / IoT Framework for Go
  • Issue #81 — October 22, 2015
    • Interfaces and Composition for Effective Unit Testing in Go
    • First Chapter of 'The Go Programming Language' Book [PDF]
    • Jobrunner: A Framework for Performing Work Asynchronously
  • Issue #80 — October 15, 2015
    • Padding is Hard
    • Go Fragments: Short, Annotated Go Programs to Learn From
    • Using Go with AWS Lambda
  • Issue #79 — October 8, 2015
    • VCS Repository Management for Go
    • Calling Go from Swift
    • Nomad: Distributed, Highly Available, Datacenter-Aware Scheduler
  • Issue #78 — October 1, 2015
    • The Go Forum: A Place to Talk Go
    • A Go GC Proposal: Dense Mark Bits and Sweep-Free Allocation
    • Go Maps Don’t Appear to be O(1)
  • Issue #77 — September 24, 2015
    • Go 1.4.3 Released: A Security Fix Release
    • On Go, Portability, and System Interfaces
    • Fix bugs in production before your boss even notices.
  • Issue #76 — September 17, 2015
    • Go Program Analysis from Scratch
    • Couchbase Go SDK 1.0 Released
    • A Look at 3 Go Code Comprehension Tools
  • Issue #75 — September 10, 2015
    • Composable Go Services Using Libchan
    • Termloop: A Terminal-based Game Engine for Go
    • Go Plugin for IntelliJ: A Go IDE for the IntelliJ Platform
  • Issue #74 — September 3, 2015
    • Go GC: Prioritizing Low Latency and Simplicity
    • Best Practices for A New Go Developer
    • Go skills are in demand.
  • Issue #73 — August 27, 2015
    • Stupid Gopher Tricks
    • Profiling and Optimizing in Go
    • Freelance with Companies like Airbnb, IDEO, & JPMorgan
  • Issue #72 — August 20, 2015
    • Go 1.5 Released: The Sixth Major Stable Release
    • Packet Capture, Injection, and Analysis with Gopacket
    • Codeship launches Organizations Plans
  • Issue #71 — August 13, 2015
    • Performance Without The Event Loop
    • Dropbox Uses Go For Its Entire Infrastructure Service Layer
    • Get more from Redis: Autoscaling, Support and Analytics from RedisGreen
  • Issue #70 — August 6, 2015
    • Go 1.5 Release Candidate 1 Released
    • Fuzzing A DNS Parser Written in Go
    • Your skills are in demand.
  • Issue #69 — July 30, 2015
    • GopherCon 2015 Roundup
    • See Android Go. Go, Android. Go.
    • Go 1.5 Beta 3 Released
  • Issue #68 — July 23, 2015
    • Bosun: An Open Source Monitoring and Alerting System
    • Embedding Lua in Go
    • Go on Mobile
  • Issue #67 — July 16, 2015
    • Securing Go Web Applications
    • Go 1.5's vendor/ Experiment
    • GopherCon 2015 Closing Keynote: How Go was Made
  • Issue #66 — July 9, 2015
    • Go, Open Source, and Community
    • Handling 1 Million Requests per Minute with Go
    • Go 1.5 Beta 1 Released
  • Issue #65 — July 2, 2015
    • StableLib: An LTS Distribution of Go Packages
    • 'Big news! I merged the CL, Go 1.5 will be able to build iOS apps.'
    • Using Go and Docker Together for a Great Workflow
  • Issue #64 — June 25, 2015
    • Mattermost: A Slack-like Chat System Written in Go
    • Go Has A Debugger — And It's Awesome
    • Go Checklist: Recommendations for Publishing Go Projects
  • Issue #63 — June 18, 2015
    • Practical Cryptography With Go
    • Where to Define Command-Line Flags in Go
    • Learning Go with Flashcards and Spaced Repetition
  • Issue #62 — June 12, 2015
    • 7 Common Mistakes in Go and When to Avoid Them
    • gb, A Project Based Build Tool for the Go Programming Language
    • Continuous Delivery with Codeship
  • Issue #61 — June 4, 2015
    • Developer Preview of AWS SDK for Go Now Available
    • Andrew Gerrand on the Current State of Go and Go 1.5 Release
    • Siesta: RESTful Services Made Simple in Go
  • Issue #60 — May 28, 2015
    • The State of Go 1.5
    • Go in Go
    • Continuous Delivery with Codeship
  • Issue #59 — May 22, 2015
    • Traps, Gotchas, and Common Mistakes for New Go Devs
    • The Cultural Evolution of gofmt
    • Boom: HTTP(S) Load Generator, Written in Go
  • Issue #58 — May 14, 2015
    • Testable Examples in Go
    • Seven5: An Opinionated Go-Only Web App Toolkit with Epic Tutorial
    • Codeship - The fastest Continuous Delivery Platform
  • Issue #57 — May 7, 2015
    • Go Crypto: Bridging The Performance Gap
    • Handling Errors in HTTP Handlers in Go
    • Building Go projects with 'gb'
  • Issue #56 — May 1, 2015
    • go-fuzz: Randomized Testing for Go Packages
    • Journey: A Minimal Blog Engine, Compatible with Ghost Themes
    • RedisGreen - Production-Ready, High-Performance Redis
  • Issue #55 — April 23, 2015
    • Introducing A Cross-Platform Debugger for Go
    • Go for C++ Developers
    • Building Minimal Docker Containers for Go Applications
  • Issue #54 — April 16, 2015
    • Polymer Gopher: Building Google App Engine Apps with Go
    • Sling: A Go REST Client Library
    • When do errors happen? [Data study]
  • Issue #53 — April 9, 2015
    • Echo: Fast HTTP Router and Micro Web Framework
    • Golang Custom Transports and Timeouts
    • Reading and Writing the Redis Protocol in Go
  • Issue #52 — April 2, 2015
    • Go 1.5's 'To Do' List
    • The 'Go-2' Project: An April Fool's Joke
    • hyflow-go: A Geo-Replicated Main-Memory Highly Consistent Datastore
  • Issue #51 — March 26, 2015
    • Golang UK Conference (August 21 in London, UK)
    • The State of Go in 2015 with Andrew Gerrand
    • The first ops platform for developers
  • Issue #50 — March 19, 2015
    • Golang Internals: A Four Part Dive Into the Go Compiler
    • Object Oriented Programming in Go
    • Creating Fakes in Go with Channels
  • Issue #49 — March 12, 2015
    • goqu: An Expressive SQL Builder and Query Library
    • Go: How I Start
    • 30 Videos from GopherConIndia 2015
  • Issue #48 — March 5, 2015
    • A Discussion about Dependencies and Vendoring in Go
    • Go on Mobile
    • The First Go Challenge Has Been Set
  • Issue #47 — February 26, 2015
    • Exploring Go's Runtime - How a Process Bootstraps Itself
    • Running Go Programs On a $15 Device
    • Hacking with Andrew and Brad: Writing an HTTP/2 Client in Go
  • Issue #46 — February 20, 2015
    • The State of Go: Where We Are in February 2015
    • Interactive Go to x86 Assembly Language Viewer
    • Go 1.4.2 Released: A Minor Bugfix Point Release
  • Issue #45 — February 12, 2015
    • Package Names
    • Go Kit: Go in The Modern Enterprise
    • Operation Go: A Routine Mission - An Online Golang Game
  • Issue #44 — February 5, 2015
    • Webseclab: Yahoo Open Sources a Security Testing Tool, Written in Go
    • Amazon Web Services Gets with The Golang Program
    • Monthly Go Challenge Starts 1st March 2015
  • Issue #43 — January 29, 2015
    • Game Development in Go
    • Honest Question: What Do You Consider Go's Biggest Strength?
    • 13 Short Go Tutorials with Videos
  • Issue #42 — January 22, 2015
    • GopherCon 2015 Call for Proposals Open
    • How to Build A Simple Web App in Go
    • Building Scalable Distributed Systems using Go and Mesos
  • Issue #41 — January 17, 2015
    • Go 1.5's Bootstrap Plan
    • Go 1.4.1 Released: A Minor Bug Fix Release
    • Go and the Secure Shell protocol
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