Simulating a real-world system in Go - Sameer Ajmani at dotGo 2017
Go's concurrency model makes it easy to develop scalable servers and data pipelines. Many of the patterns we use in developing concurrent code mirror structures in real-world systems. In this talk, Sameer presents a simulation of a small real world system and shows how variations in the design impact the system's performance.
Go 1.10 cmd/go: build cache, test cache, go install, go vet, test vet
It's been a busy week. After about a month of debugging and fixing prerequisites for content-based staleness, getting that submitted on Tuesday unblocked a bunch of other work that has now landed and will no doubt need fine tuning based on feedback from all of you.
Build an Image Recognition API with Go and TensorFlow
This tutorial shows how to build an image recognition service in Go using pre-trained TensorFlow Inception-V3 model. The service will run inside a Docker container, use TensorFlow Go package to process images and return labels that best describe them.
Cthulhu: Organizing Go Code in a Scalable Repo
At DigitalOcean, we’ve used a “mono repo” called cthulhu to organize our Go code for nearly three years. A mono repo is a monolithic code repository which contains many different projects and libraries. Bryan Liles first wrote about cthulhu in early 2015, and I authored a follow-up post in
Hi everyone! For anyone interested in learning about Go, sharpening their skills, or just mingling with good looking gophers, you're welcome to join us. The talks for the evening: 1. Welcome to Ecobee
groupcache is a caching and cache-filling library, intended as a replacement for memcached in many cases.
Matcha - Mobile apps in Go
Mobile apps in Go Matcha is in early development! There are many rough edges and APIs may still change. Please file issues for any bugs you find. What is Matcha? Matcha is a package for building iO...
Mapping The Journey | Pramod Shashidhara | Podcast
A Podcast, where we unmask the people who are making tremendous strides in tech, yet whose stories are seldom heard.