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#321 — July 17, 2020 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web Golang Weekly Generics and Parentheses — Using parentheses () to declare or instantiate types raised...

#320 — July 10, 2020 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web Golang Weekly Keeping Your Modules Compatible — The latest in a series on Go modules (on the officia...

Introduction This post is part 5 in a series. Part 1 — Using Go Modules Part 2 — Migrating To Go Modules Part 3 — Publishing Go Modules Part 4 — Go Modules: v2 and Beyond Part 5 ...

Introduction It’s been almost a year since we last wrote about the possibility of adding generics to Go. It’s time for an update. Updated design We’ve been continuing to ref...

We’re excited to announce that the codebase for pkg.go.dev is now open source. The repository lives at go.googlesource.com/pkgsite and is mirrored to github.com/golang/pkgsite. We will continue...

When the Go project began, “an overarching goal was that Go do more to help the working programmer by enabling tooling, automating mundane tasks such as code formatting, and removing obstacles to wor...

What a response! I want to start with an enormous thank you to the thousands of Go developers who participated in this year’s survey. For 2019, we saw 10,975 responses, nearly twice as many as la...

Go always comes second to more basic concerns like personal and family health and safety. Around the world, the past couple months have been terrible, and we are still at the start of this awful ...

Introduction We are pleased to announce the release of a major revision of the Go API for protocol buffers, Google's language-neutral data interchange format. Motivations for a ...

Today the Go team is very happy to announce the release of Go 1.14. You can get it from the download page. Some of the highlights include: Module support in the go command is now ready for prod...

Introduction In 2019, we launched go.dev, a new hub for Go developers. As part of the site, we also launched pkg.go.dev, a central source of information about Go packages and modules. Like godo...

Status We are close to the Go 1.14 release, planned for February assuming all goes well, with an RC1 candidate almost ready. Per the process outlined in the Go 2, here we come! blog post, it is a...