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Golang Ninjas Newsletter

December 14 · Issue #33 · View online
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Fundamentals
String interning in Go
Conditional compilation and runtime module names in Go
Jok 🤫
[security] Go 1.11.3 and Go 1.10.6 are released https://t.co/Ft7rZsK7kN
12:47 AM - 14 Dec 2018
Understanding the http handlerfunc wrapper technique in Go
Best-practices
Creating WebGL apps with Go
Locality sensitive fuzzy hashing
Solving triangles, an approach with Go
Testing batch sizes for concurrency in Go
The data segment - composing your data lake
Designing a simple & dynamic rate limiter in Go
Tutorials
Writing a Go interpreter in Go, part 2
Flexing your compute muscle with Kubernetes [Part 1/2]
Tools
Embedding Caddy Web Server in Go
TorfluxDB: anonymous metrics from Go
Service discovery in a microservice architecture with Pusher
Damian Gryski
One of the neat things about @vitessio is that development started in 2010 and was in production at @YouTube in 2011, while Go was still pre-1.0. They took a chance on #golang right at the start, and it paid off. https://t.co/tCPQjmkQYK
7:43 AM - 14 Dec 2018
Know your system behavior by distributed tracing, using Jaeger
gpython: a Python interpreter written in Go "batteries not included"
Perspectives
Postmortem: beating the NATS race
Future of GopherJS and Go in the browser
Improve your skills with Go and open-source monitoring
Using Go to build microservices at The Economist: a retrospective
Presentations
Things in Go I never use, by Mat Ryer
GothamGo 2018 - Things in Go I Never Use - by Mat Ryer
Just for func: Advent of Code, day 4
justforfunclive Advent of Code day 4
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