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hpr1793 :: Some thoughts about the Go language

I've been learning Go recently. Here are my initial thoughts about the language and framework.

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Here are some useful links when learning Go:

And here are some links to things I mentioned during the show:


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Comment #1 posted on 2015-06-18T17:30:51Z by Frank

I completely understand mental blocks about thinking of a topic.

Welcome to HPR.

Comment #2 posted on 2015-06-19T18:56:03Z by Dave Morriss

Thanks for the show

I was intrigued by what I heard of Go on 'FLOSS Weekly' last year and more recently on 'The Changelog' but I hadn't looked at it in detail yet.

Your episode motivated me to look deeper and I'm keen to try it out. Thanks for the useful links too.

Comment #3 posted on 2015-06-22T16:27:05Z by Stilvoid

The more I play around with Go, the more I like it. I've been writing a fair bit of stuff in Go recently.

The latest is https://github.com/stilvoid/please/ which I wrote so I could talk to web APIs from shell scripts. Always good to have a reason to write some code :)

Ooh topic idea: how HTTP works.

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