Go 1.6, the seventh major stable release of Go is now available. The announcement comes just a few months after Go marked its sixth anniversary and even though Go 1.5 incorporated massive implementation changes, the release of Go 1.6 is “more incremental,” the blog post reads.
Co-creator of the D programming language Andrei Alexandrescu has taken it upon himself to assess the languages most likely to challenge the position that C currently holds in software development. He’s also encouraged reps from Go and Rust to give their honest opinions, too.
With zippier performance, better tooling, and additional support for diverse environments, Chocolate Factory language gives C a run for its money.
Latest update shows that Googles programming language is burrowing towards maturity.
Scala? Bor-ing. Here are five weird and wonderful projects that demonstrate the diversity of the JVM platform.
In an interview with Business Insider, Iron.io CTO Travis Reeder revealed why he thinks Go could supplant Java. Here
In an interview with Business Insider, Iron.io CTO Travis Reeder revealed why he thinks Go could supplant Java. Heres our two cents.
Its much harder to do a language than a virtual machine, Dart co-founder Lars Bak has admitted.
Cutting-edge meets old school in YouTube with Vitess, which allows MySQL to be run at Google-size scale.
The young language has seen some ups and downs, but is still going strong three years on – at least inside Google.
New projection query for Google’s web-PaaS as well as improvements to APIs makes this release an important one for the Java supported project
ThoughtWorks Studios have announced Go 2.3 and Twist 2.3.
PLUS, Google’s Go comes to the JVM.
PLUS, JDK 8 project created and Go 2.2 released.