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Goroutine leaks, API with GraphQL and Go, IBM Watson SDK & more

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Golang Ninjas Newsletter

November 18 · Issue #29 · View online
Stay up-to-date and ahead of your peers with Maarten Bezemer's weekly newsletter for senior Golang engineers.

Maarten uses Go to build the back-end of developer platform Jexia. Just becoming a gopher? Check his ’Master the World of Go’ newsletter.

Fundamentals
Goroutine Leaks
Go doesn't have generics
The control of code consistency in Go
Gophers experiences
Things to avoid while using Golang plugins
Resource limits, mlock, and containers, oh my
More complex Brigade pipelines: pull requests and tests
Adding field level encryption to hyperledger private data
What toasters and distributed systems might have in common
Observability in production, starting with a finite state machine
Run API Builder on Raspberry Pi Cluster with Docker Swarm - P. 3
Tutorials
Building an API with GraphQL and Go
Building real-time messaging server in Go
Building a Blockchain with Go - Part 9: the network module
Tools
IBM Watson SDK for Go
Elastic APM 6.5.0 released
Introduction to Stackdriver Profiler
A Lua 5.3 engine implemented in Go
Go Microservices with Go kit: introduction
FleetDB: a strongly consistent geo-distributed database
Perspectives
Nine years of Go
Benchmarking results in Go
A part of all good engineering
Further dangers of large heaps in Go
Go — good productivity with bare metal
Presentations
Rob Pike - Go 2 Draft Specifications
Sydney Golang Meetup - Rob Pike - Go 2 Draft Specifications - YouTube
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