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The Go Gazelle

January 25 · Issue #39 · View online
Weekly curations of blogs and tools for Golang starters. NB: The Go Gazelle has been merged into the Go Gazette (

I’m Maarten and use Go to build the back-end of developer platform Jexia. Are you an experienced Gopher? Look into my Golang Ninja Newsletter.

Concurrency in Go
Working with Go Modules
Go News
Concurrency is often touted as one of the main reasons to use Go over other languages. What are som… #reddit
6:35 AM - 18 Jan 2019
Demystifying pointers in Go
Release Go 1.11.5 and Go 1.10.8
Build program to add two matrices
Integration test with database in Golang
Yohan J. Rodríguez
#Golang #AutoTweet | Archiver: Easily Create and Open Archive Formats
3:46 PM - 25 Jan 2019
Implementing the blockchain with Golang
Advanced command execution in Go with os/exec
Data migration with Golang and MongoDB
Host multiple websites of Go using reverse proxy example
Cloud Functions in Go
Generating and reading Go profiles — Part 1
Trees in Go: definition and representation of binary trees
Bas van Essen
Some notes on supporting Go Modules:
5:01 PM - 25 Jan 2019
Giving Go another chance: hashtag parsing
EAP GoLand 2019.1, with a better debugger
GitLab 11.7 with releases, multi-level child epics & NPM registry
Rokesh Jankie
Now that Go is supported in @GCPcloud Cloud Functions, this is a very handy link! Thanks @david_das_neves for sharing!
11:07 AM - 20 Jan 2019
Our software dependency problem
Why we choose Badger over RocksDB in Dgraph
Powering an API with GraphQL, Golang, and NoSQL at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2018
packagemain #15: Google Cloud Functions in Go
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