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App Engine’s new Go 1.11 runtime, 10x faster unit testing & much more

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The Go Gazette

October 19 · Issue #25 · View online
Weekly curations of blogs and tools for Golang seniors.

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News
Announcing App Engine’s new Go 1.11 runtime
Jaana B. Dogan
In case you didn't know, until the recent release, AppEngine #golang runtime used to be entirely custom-tailored. It had no true concurrency and had an event loop. GOMAXPROCS was always one.
10:53 PM - 17 Oct 2018
Best-practices
Let’s process sound with Go
Start of an Objective-C bridge in Go
Jaana B. Dogan
The new release removes the custom-tailored bits. There is true concurrency and it is the standard runtime you are depending on. They also got rid of custom runtime libraries. AppEngine is now simply an autoscaled zero-config vanilla Go hosting.
10:57 PM - 17 Oct 2018
Python 3, UTF-8, locale and Go’s Fprintln
Request-level configuration invariance in Go
How we sped up unit test performance by 10x at Qri
Tutorials
Doing well by doing bad: writing bad code with Go - Part 1
Doing well by doing bad: writing bad code with Go - Part 2
Online since Friday: 16 videos of in-depth presentations about Golang
Served by the event GoWayFest 2018 in Minsk
Tools
New York Times opens up gcp-vault
Post-quantum blockchain using one-time signature chains (pdf)
2D game Go library supports WebAssembly and newly added API
Perspectives
Give REST a Rest with RSocket
The success of Go heralds that of Rust
Presentations
Tracing latency in Go
Jaana B Dogan Tracing Go - YouTube
Can I Go faster?
Mike Munday - Can I Go Faster
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