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Welcome to Golang Weekly Issue #1 (redux). I'm still refining the format and content for Golang Weekly, so would appreciate any feedback. In particular, it would be good to have local event and job listings. If you'd like to get in touch, you can reply to this email or find me on twitter — Matt


Go maps in action
Andrew Gerrand looks at Go's hash table implemenation

Go & assembly
Caleb Doxsey looks at using Assembly in Go applications

Function types in Go
A detailed look at function types in Go, including anonymous functions and closures

New & updated packages

OpenGL binding generator in Go

In-memory data structure server, inspired by Redis

A Go implementation of the GNU Scientific Library statistics library

Define a database model to generate its SQL and Go types

Mailing list highlights

NPAPI (for Chrome Extension) in Go?
Turning a Go application into a chrome extension

Why does Go need a goroutine scheduler?
Interesting discussion on goroutine scheduling

go-mode for Emacs
Replacement for go-mode included in the Go distribution

Juju at Canonical
Porting Canonical's DevOps services from Python to Go


February Go Sydney meetup
Andrew Gerrand and David Symonds will be presenting

GoSF Google Hangout
Google Hangout with Patrick Crosby (StatHat) and Phil Pennock (Apcera)

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