Go 1.13: xerrors, the error-proneness of Go's message passing, deep learning in Go & more

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May 3 · Issue #53 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for Golang professionals.

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Go 1.13: xerrors
Error handling in Go
The error-proneness of message passing in Golang
#golang project that gives you very simple assertion helpers for writing tests - zero dependencies and pretty colourful output https://t.co/dW3EooYC9J https://t.co/xySL6ISmt2
5:30 PM - 3 May 2019
Deep dive in the upcoming Go error inspection changes
Go Modules: alpha test our mirror, index & checksum DB
Real-world reports
Compile-time DI vs. Run-time DI
Using flags for configuration in Go
Linux Security Labs
New release: gosec 2.0.0 (Golang security checker) #analysis #infosec #tools https://t.co/m1XOUSfkjV
3:18 PM - 3 May 2019
Delaunay image triangulation in Go
Testing with Go
Deploying a website with Caddy, Git and Kubernetes
Go continuous integration - Part 1: Travis CI + Docker
Pete Cheslock
What are the most popular open source software licenses for Golang projects?

Check out Part 2 of my post where I dive into Github data and the @tidelift https://t.co/cp6dtTa8Ga dataset to find some of the most and least popular OSS Licenses in use.

5:26 PM - 3 May 2019
Decoupled Package Communication in Go
Caire - a content aware image resize library
Introducing `now dev` – Serverless, on localhost
Do you think, as the community, we need an on-prem variant of Google’s Stackdriver profiler, that continuously collects pprof data for longtem analyses?
Asking because I’m making one but have issues with motivation #golang
4:43 PM - 3 May 2019
Deep learning in Go
Low Level Virtual Machine from Go perspective
Go on track becoming next enterprise coding language
Scientific papers
Understanding security mistakes developers make
Predicting graph operator output over multiple graphs
Go for DevOps, Go for Microservices, and what Go is Actually Good For
Go As a Scripting Language in Linux
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