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GO NEWSLETTER ISSUE #19
Welcome to Go Newsletter Issue #19. A quick reminder about two upcoming events in Europe on Go: the Go devroom at FOSDEM 2014 and dotGo, a conference on Go. Compiled by Matt Cottingham and Kelsey Hightower.
ARTICLES & TALKS
Go for Pythonistas
A talk given by Francesc Campoy Flores comparing Go and Python, and showing how some features such as generators can be implemented.
etcd by Brandon Philips
Slides from a talk given at GoSF
"Since the introduction of the append built-in, most of the functionality of the container/vector package, which was removed in Go 1, can be replicated using append and copy."
A journey Into NSQ
"This post describes the internal architecture of NSQ with an emphasis on Go, focusing on performance optimization, stability, and robustness for high throughput network servers."
Channel buffering patterns
"Some programs don't need to process each message immediately, and can more efficiently process several messages at once. Other programs receive bursty input but are able to coalesce groups of messages."
NEW & UPDATED PACKAGES
Example of a Go desktop application (TODO list) using GTK
"Streamtools is creative tool for working with streams of data. It provides a vocabulary of data processing operations, called blocks, that can be connected to create online data processing systems without the need for programming or complicated infrastructure."
A package for manipulating (resize, rotate, etc.) images
Effortlessly persist to and read flag values from an ini config file for Golang programs
|The Elder Gopher||2014-02-04||GDG Berlin Golang|
|Jesse Szwedko - A review of Go ORMs||2014-01-31||Go Steel Programmers|
|Monthly Denver Gopher Meetup||2014-01-24||Denver Go Language User Group|
|Go London User Group #6||2014-01-23||Go London User Group|
|Andrew Gerrand from Google||2014-01-30||Golang Amsterdam|
|Hack on Go||2014-02-04||Golang Melbourne|
|How does Golang work in real life?||2014-01-21||Golang KRK|
|Golang Paris 2.0 "Ceresco"||2014-01-28||Golang Paris|
|General Meetup and Code Bash||2014-01-24||Go Miami|
|Golang Meetup||2014-01-30||Tokyo Golang Developers|
|Chapter One||2014-01-23||Lisbon Golang|
|First Go User Group Meetup!||2014-02-06||Gainesville Go User Group|
|#1 GoMad: Toma de contacto||2014-02-04||GoMAD - Madrid Go User Group|
|Intro to GO Language||2014-01-28||Bangkok Gophers|
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