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User management like a boss
 
Just wanted to introduce our new Go package for handling authentication for web applications. It's reminiscent of Devise from rails or Passport from node.js

It's in a beta state, hence the .v0 in the import path we're suggesting.

Looking for users, feedback, pull requests and everything to help us get to a solid version 1!

In addition to the repo itself, there's a sample app built with it here:
https://github.com/go-authboss/authboss-sample
authboss - The boss of http auth.
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True story. Too often I have seen people automating tasks but stopping before simplifying them. And sadly the same people constrained me to do the same when they had the power to do so.

But I am thankful to them, since it taught me to ignore their constraints.
 
How simplicity is a key factor behind both effective testing and automation
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The presentation about new stuff at the Linux Kernel from +Thorsten Leemhuis​ at #clt2015 has been awesome. So much news at high density! You rock!
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For those of us who work in a German speaking environment, this is just too funny!

Git auf Deutsch

Die tägliche Kommunikation in deutschen Entwicklungsteams, die git (übersetzt: Schwachkopf) anwenden, ist oft das feinste Denglish. "Kannst du bitte pullen" oder "Hast du gepusht" sind nur zwei der oft seltsam klingenden Konstruktionen.

Git auf deutsch schafft abhilfe!

via +Alexander Over and +Kristian Köhntopp
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git-auf-deutsch - Git auf deutsch
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Something seems to be brewing here...
 
Was trolling the Google git repos and found this little gem.  Looks like native UIs are coming to Go.

To test it out I built a little text editor.  Nothing special, but it's a great start.

#golang  
gxui - An experimental Go cross platform UI library.
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I just got a hangover using #qml  with #golang  (godoc.org/gopkg.in/qml.v1).  Have to again follow up this new beast too 
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Chris was right.
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Learn more about our fast lock-free hash table.
Non-blocking data structures and their benefits often come at the cost of increased latency because they require additional complexity in the common case. There are plenty of exceptions to this if the requirements of the data structure are relaxed, such as supporting only a bounded level of ...
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Lol!
 
Yet another reason why not use microsoft's operating system
Paderborn general manager: "This entire issue has nothing to do with sports."
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Wow, that seems very useful.
 
This technology can break communication barriers between the deaf and the hearing
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This new technology developed by a San Francisco startup will break communication barriers between the deaf and the hearing and help the deaf people to lead a normal and happy life.
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I use play.golang.org on my Android Lollipop based phone in the latest Chrome browser. But the code never shows. It works neither via WiFi nor 3G. It is extremely annoying when reading code samples while commuting. Does anyone else has the same problem? If yes, please +1 this post.
You can edit this code! // Click here and start typing. package main import "fmt" func main() { fmt.Println("Hello, 世界") }. Hello, 世界. Run Share Tour. Hello, World! Conway's Game of Life, Fibonacci Closure, Peano Integers, Concurrent pi, Concurrent Prime Sieve, Peg Solitaire Solver ...
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Nexus 4 with 🍭: Code and output visible ... although obviously not a mobile optimised site.
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Inspired by David Galloway's "Square Wave from the summation of odd-integer harmonic frequencies", I made a spin-off based on the same code:

http://www.khanacademy.org/computer-programming/spin-off-of-david-galloways-square-wave-from-the-summation-of-odd-integer-harmonic-frequencies/5154727290208256

This version provides an alternative solution that "completes the square" (so to speak), by alternating the phases and directions of the waves, in such a way that the projection on the other (real/imaginary) axis is also a square wave.

Thanks David Galloway for sharing your code.

Original program:

https://www.khanacademy.org/computer-programming/square-wave-from-the-summation-of-odd-integer-harmonic-frequencies/5389081424166912
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I think I get off my MultiButtSupporter and go through my OutdoorSessionInitiator to forget how bad that all looks and have some real life...
 
The World seen by an "Object Oriented" Programmer
Sure it look like that this programmer follows object oriented principles religiously  http://javarevisited.blogspot.com2012/03/10-object-oriented-design-principles.html #Programming  
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