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Master the World of Golang - Issue #19

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The Go Gazelle

September 7 · Issue #19 · 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. You can check previous newsletter editions here.

Fundamentals
The anatomy of Arrays in Go
Introduction to OOP in Golang
A gentle introduction to Golang Modules
Introduction to Go for JavaScript developers
Go’s Extended Concurrency: Semaphores (Part 1)
Best-practices
Accessing data in Go
Clean Architecture in Go
Port a Golang game to iOS
JBD
#golang tip: Regardless of what, always handle the errors in the examples. Most users will just copy/paste the snippets.
7:34 AM - 5 Sep 2018
Things I wish I knew before I started using Go with JSON
Designing voice- and text-based chatbots with personality
Tutorials
Go 1.11 and WebAssembly
Introduction to Fn with Go
Golang for e-commerce: intro, tools & live demo
A practical way to automate testing Oauth 2.0 service
Tools
Golang jobs: where can you search for open positions
Damian Gryski
"Welcome to golang-tools, a development list for Go Programming Language. This list is for discussion of the development of tools that analyze and manipulate #golang source code."

https://t.co/0U3NjZJSdS
1:48 AM - 3 Sep 2018
Damian Gryski
Replacement for bytes.Buffer that you can use in a performance-sensitive parts of your #golang programs

https://t.co/z0Ao0XNzJ9
12:22 AM - 5 Sep 2018
Videos
Getting Started with Protocol Buffers in Go
Getting Started with Protocol Buffers in Go - Tutorial - YouTube
Grant Griffiths - Black Box monitoring in Go
GopherCon UK 2018: Grant Griffiths - Black Box Monitoring in Go - YouTube
Tweets
Chad Loder ❇️
It’s shocking how much companies are paying for #phishing simulation products. Fundamentally it is pretty simple to do.

Save your money. Use GoPhish. Download, run, go.

Also, it’s open source and written in #GoLang which is cool.

https://t.co/cDKMnmIGgz https://t.co/AIP20p5Jhf
7:22 AM - 29 Aug 2018
Brad Fitzpatrick (vacation)
The number of #golang commits from non-Googlers seems to have overtaken those from Googlers... congrats!

(using go get https://t.co/keK3LJIJI5) https://t.co/mzFoYto2Ah
5:13 PM - 3 Sep 2018
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