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Welcome to Go Newsletter Issue #34.

Compiled by Matt Cottingham and Kelsey Hightower.


Writing testable code in Go
A good discussion of using interfaces to write testable code

Organizing Go code
Including workspaces and vendoring imports

Supervisor Trees for Go
A take on Erlang's supervisor trees

How stacks are handled in Go
A look at how the Go runtime manages stacks with specific attention to goroutines

go list, your Swiss army knife
Using go list as a refactoring aid

JSON and struct composition in Go
Useful tips on handling JSON


SQL schema migration tool for Go

Parse HTML at the command line

Generate waveform images from audio streams


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