During past projects, I experienced difficulties when developing with a Ruby encryption pack.
Getting started with TinyGo - a Go compiler for microcontrollers.
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While writing this blog and leading Go teams for a couple of years, the most common question I heard from beginners was “What framework should I use?”. One of the worst things you can do in Go is…
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What's the role of Go in a universe where Rust exists?
Introduction of a new feature-rich golang Jupyter kernel
How CockroachDB uses control theory, studies CPU scheduler latencies, builds forms of cooperative scheduling, and patches the Go runtime.
Clearly, Go is the winner here, followed by Java, Node and finally PHP.
Let's compare Elixir and Go by taking a look at their backgrounds, their programming styles, and how they deal with concurrency.
(This article was originally a talk at QCon London 2016. Video and slides here.) In 2014, I gave a talk at the inaugural GopherCon titled Best Practices in Production Environments. We were early…
The latest Go release, version 1.13, arrives six months after Go 1.12. Most of its changes are in the implementation of the toolchain, runtime, and libraries. As always, the release maintains the Go 1…
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