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ISSUE #5

Welcome to Golang Newsletter Issue #5. The biggest news this time around is about Go 1.1, though there are also lots of packages and meetups in this issue too. If I've missed anything, feel free to reply to this email or find me on twitter. — Matt

ARTICLES


Go 1.1 Release Notes
The release notes for Go 1.1

Gostart
"A getting started guide for Go newcomers"

Writing type parametric functions in Go
An interesting look at runtime type safety

CSP
"The examples from Tony Hoare's seminal 1978 paper "Communicating sequential processes" implemented in Go."

NEW & UPDATED PACKAGES


goPy
Write CPython extension modules in Go (alpha)

divoxx/goproj
"GoProj makes it easier to manage project-specific GOPATH entries."

gommap
"The gommap project enables Go programs to directly work with memory mapped files and devices in a very efficient way."

GoCI: continuous integration for Go
"GoCI tests packages by interfacing with the source control hosting website's post-commit hook mechanism."

jteeuwen/mitosis
"Mitosis supplies a simple mechanism by which any Go application can have itself relaunched into a new session, while allowing it to pass on arbitrary application state to the new instance."

braintree/manners
A polite Go HTTP server that shuts down gracefully

songgao/water
Native Go library for TUN/TAP interfaces

MAILING LIST HIGHLIGHTS


Go 1.1beta1 released

[ANN] logging

Showing off the new reflection features

EVENTS


April Go Sydney Meetup - golang-syd (Sydney) - April 10th

Testing, Debugging & Benchmarking - (Los Angeles, CA) - April 23rd

Golang meetup with Andrew Gerrand from Google - Golang Amsterdam (Amsterdam) - April 26th

Talk about Go (golang), drink Beer. - GoSV (Redwood City, CA) - April 18th

Go Steel Programmers (Pittsburgh, PA) - April 25th

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