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GO NEWSLETTER ISSUE #31

Welcome to Go Newsletter Issue #31, enjoy!

Compiled by Matt Cottingham and Kelsey Hightower.

ARTICLES & TALKS

Concurrency Patterns: Context
Introducing Google's context package which makes it easy to pass request context across API boundaries in Go servers.

Structuring tests in Go
Notes on creating clear and maintainable tests.

Stream multiplexing in Go
Implementing custom protocols with muxado

Go: Easy to Read, Hard to Compile
Some informative corner cases (from Google I/O).

Building Sourcegraph, a large-scale code search engine
One of the many great talks at Google I/O

Linux networking in Go
Introducting tenus, a tool for creating and configuring network devices.

Parsing PHP in Go
Including Rob Pike's lexer strategy

NEW & UPDATED PACKAGES

zendesk/go-httpclerk
A simple HTTP request/response logger for Go supporting multiple formatters.

shurcooL/markdownfmt
gofmt for markdown

Run Hadoop programs with Go

hashicorp/terraform
A tool for managing infrastructure from the creators of vagrant.

xiaq/elvish
An experimental UNIX shell

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