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The Go Gazelle

August 24 · Issue #17 · View online
Weekly curations of blogs and tools for Golang starters. NB: The Go Gazelle has been merged into the Go Gazette (www.go-gazette.com)

Maarten uses Go to build the back-end of developer platform Jexia. His newsletter includes translated content from Chinese and Russian devs.

Fundamentals
Introduction to Go Modules
The anatomy of functions in Go
Go
🎉 Go 1.11 Release Candidate 2 is out!

🏃‍♀️ Run it in dev. Run it in prod. File bugs at https://t.co/5VNU0XmOoW

🗣 Announcement: https://t.co/wXUiw2uFqe

#golang https://t.co/c3DjL3Pv9i
5:36 AM - 23 Aug 2018
Refactoring in Go: Using reflection
Golang Context package in simple language
Best-practices
Profiling gin with pprof
Moving from Python to Go
Building a Chess bot for Slack
Dave Cheney
#golang top tip: a package that *only* defines interfaces for another package to implement is an anti pattern. Interfaces work at their best when they are defined by the package that wants to consume the *behaviour* of an unspecified implementation.
2:17 PM - 18 Aug 2018
Just port a Golang game to Android
Create a simple cross-platform desktop game with Go
Regular expressions and in-place slice manipulation in Go
Tutorials
Localization in Go - Part 1
Putting Together a Golang App Part II
Nick Craig-Wood
I have moved gpython (a python interpreter written in go "batteries not included") to the go-python organisation to be with other go and python programs. Here is its new home :-) #golang

https://t.co/xkB8rBfDhd
9:57 PM - 22 Aug 2018
Build a Multiplayer Game in Go with PubNub
Build your own Blockchain Twitter recorder in Go
Configuring web app deployment on Go for Gitlab on VDS
Dave Cheney
As a developer you might think the effort/cost/pain is "how long to type it & get it to build & pass tests" But in truth in teams, at scale, the real pain is 10000 people who read your API, 1000 people who read your code, 100 people who maintain it https://t.co/oEMHQKhOKD #golang
12:53 AM - 16 Aug 2018
Develop to-do app with Golang and Angular - Part 1
Start with Golang (part 2) - Build a Go API - Hello, world!
Perspectives
The Gopher way – My New Roots
PouchContainer Engineering Quality Practice
Videos
We need to talk about Go modules
We need to talk about Go modules - YouTube
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