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Today the Go team is very happy to announce the release of Go 1.13. You can get it from the download page ..read more
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We are excited to share that our module mirror, index, and checksum database are now production ready! The go command ..read more
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Introduction This post is part 2 in a series. See part 1 — Using Go Modules. Go projects use a wide ..read more
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The Go Programming Language Blog by Carmen Andoh And Contributors - 1M ago
Introduction For the third year in a row, the Go team and contributors convened the day before GopherCon to discuss and ..read more
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Introduction [This is the blog post version of my talk last week at Gophercon 2019. We will add a video link to the ..read more
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The Go Programming Language Blog by Ian Lance Taylor - 1M ago
Introduction [This is a version of a talk presented at Gophercon 2019. Video link to follow when available ..read more
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We are excited to launch the new Go official swag and merch store shipping worldwide. We are even more excited to announce that ..read more
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The Go Programming Language Blog by Robert Griesemer, For The Go Team - 3M ago
Status We’re well on the way towards the release of Go 1.13, hopefully in early August of this year. This is the ..read more
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The Go Programming Language Blog by Todd Kulesza, Steve Francia - 6M ago
Thank you This post summarizes the results of our 2018 user survey and draws comparisons between the results of our prior ..read more
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Introduction Go 1.11 and Go 1.12 make significant progress toward allowing developers to debug the same optimized binaries ..read more

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