‘Master Go’ Newsletter: Go 1.11, mutex and channel, building a cryptocurrency app
Master the World of Go. Each week Maarten Bezemer serves the finest articles about the theories, trends, tools and topics.
There are many changes and improvements to the toolchain, runtime, and libraries, but two features especially stand out: modules and WebAssembly support. By Andrew Bonventre.
The development of Go 2 was announced last year and we are excited to share updates with you today. By Russ Cox.
As part of Microsoft’s commitment to the Go community, we announced contributions to Project Athens and our involvement with GopherSource. By Aaron Schlesinger.
The post is inspired by one of the participants in my talk in a local meetup on last December 2017, about “how to write highly scalable microservices in Go”. By Vincent Mok.
The deferred call’s arguments are evaluated immediately, but the function call is not executed until the surrounding function returns. By Julien Cretel.
The last blog went through some of the basic principles of data types, variables and how to use them. By Tia Louden.
We are very fond of Go. In this post we’d like to share the error handling practices our team of 20+ developers follow while building the Pipeline platform. By Márk Sági-Kazár.
Twilio posts cloud communications trends, customer stories, and tips for building scaleable voice and SMS applications with Twilio’s APIs. By Christopher Konopka.
One of the reasons we use the Go programming language is undoubtedly high performance and fast programming capabilities. By Cihan Özhan.
Last week someone I’m mentoring asked for help with a programming challenge that involved some bit twiddling. By Zeeshan Qureshi.
People have strong opinions about Go, both positive and negative. However, like any tool it’s about choosing the right one for the job. By Joseph Livni.
With Go v1.11 having just been released with an experimental port to WebAssembly, I wrote our own Go program compiling straight to WebAssembly. By Elliot Forbes.
GraphQL has been a buzzword for last few years after Facebook has made it open-source and so I tried GraphQL with Node.js. By Ridham Tarpara.
In the first part of this article, we started building our service by creating our Android app. The app, however, requires a backend to work properly. By Neo Ighodaro.
Weekly · Maarten Bezemer · August 31· Join for free or add the newsletter rss