The Go community continues to grow. The newly announced Athens project and GopherSource focus on involving everyone, even beginners of this open source programming language.
It’s only been six months since the last major Go update, but now Go 1.11 is here! Most of the changes are focused on runtime improvements and tweaks in the toolchain implementation. However, Go modules have finally landed. We take a look at everything included in this update.
All aboard the gopher-governed container ship! And yes, we have Kubernetes stuff going on again! This time in the form of a platform for simple CI/CD management that is entirely developed in Go! Let’s a have a closer look at this intriguing combination!
Ever wanted to write WebAssembly programs for your smart devices? Expand past the browser. Life is a cross-platform WebAssembly virtual machine written in Go. Find out how to get started.
Go 1.11 is expected to be released in August 2018 and guess what? It will add experimental support for a new concept called “modules.” Let’s take a look and see what this means for Go developers and what the new “go mod” command can do.
Go 1.11 is almost here and finally, Go supports WebAssembly. Are you ready for it? In this article, Sebastian Holstein explains how developers can use Go as a language for WASM applications.
Go is not just a pretty language! We know that more developers use it at work now [according to the results of the Go 2017 user survey] but if Go Cloud’s plan works, Go will become *the* language of choice for developers building portable cloud applications. Let’s see what Go Cloud is all about.
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was super busy for the JetBrains team with two Release Candidates of IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2 going live! But that’s not all! We had big news for Go 1.11, the release of Angular v6.1.0 rc.3 and many more!
Golang is going places. If you need some advice on an IDE, then we’ve got you sorted. We take a look at some of the most popular IDEs for Go.
Go is playing in the big leagues now; its popularity has skyrocketed in the last few years and more and more companies are now fishing for Go developers. That being said, let’s have a closer look at the language.
Playtime never ends in the Go world; there’s something new you can play with every day! This time, it’s an experimental superset for Go. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Fo!
The 2018 Node.js User Survey results are online! The survey provides data on a wide range of topics with extremely interesting results. What is the expected change in the use of Node.js? What are the most used languages in addition to Node? Let’s find out!
No need for extensive deduction to find out where that source code error came from! Solve all your bugs and suspicious constructs with Revive, a fast and configurable linter for Go.
It’s time to take a look at the hot list for the first quarter of 2018. Blockchain and Tensorflow lead the way, but there are some surprises further down the list. Who’s in, who’s out, and what should freelancers focus their energies on?