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The number of people at #gophercon  is surreal.
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If y'all wouldn't mind reading this, I'd appreciate it. 

If you like it, it would be kind of you to share it around as well.... 
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FizzBuzz in Go

Every time I see FizzBuzz mentioned somewhere on the internet I think two things.

1. That's a dumb problem.
2. There's actually a nice Go solution.

I've seen lots of people make the first observation but have never seen anyone make the second. It's basically a tiny prime sieve.
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Sorry,but I cannot see the original code from +Russ Cox​, maybe the golang playground has flushed the old code
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The internals of Google's pprof CPU Profiler (for C++ and Go). Comments here appear on the blog post.
When I spent a summer as a Google intern in 2006, one of the many pleasant surprises was Google's pprof tool, which makes profiling a C++ program's CPU and memory usage incredibly easy. It had already been open sourced, and when I returned to grad school, I incorporated pprof into my standard ...
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Great post. +David Barzaga 
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I would like to announce the release of Go Read. It as a Google Reader clone, and designed to be close to its simplicity and cleanliness. I wanted to …
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Meetup #2: May 28th
Tue, May 28, 2013, 6:00 PM
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"The problem with X-Ray networks is that exposure to them is fatal."
 
I hadn't seen this when it came out.  LOVE.  "See Straight Through Datacenter Bandwidth Limitations with X-Rays."
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Hitchcock et al arrived at the same conclusion when evaluating carrier pigeon networks.
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The video tells the story of how Ken Thompson and others reverse engineered the Linotron 202 typesetter.

More material here: http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~bwk/202/

Also, some discussion on the TUHS mailing list. In this post, Steve Johnson tells the story of how the typesetter effected standard error: http://minnie.tuhs.org/pipermail/tuhs/2013-December/002933.html
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Great story.  Those Bell Labs guys sure could (can) hack!
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How to make user-level profiling work on a Mac. Comments here appear on the blog post.
My last post described how user-level CPU profilers work, and specifically how Google's pprof profiler gathers its CPU profiles with the help of the operating system. The specific feature needed from the operating system is the profiling timer provided by setitimer(2) and the SIGPROF signals ...
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+Russ Cox There is openradar.me - it's a user-supplied database of radar bugs they entered. It wouldn't hurt if more people entered their bugs there as well any time they report one to Apple's bugreporter.
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I've been reading old posts on the Random ASCII blog. This one may be my favorite. It explains how sub instructions on the x86 can sometimes execute 4x faster than add instructions.
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+Ralph Corderoy ah.  that's it.  too much kernel programming.  i mistakenly did s/dependency/memory &/ when in fact it was a renamed register dependency.
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There's no Boston meetup group for gophers, and instead of using meetup's proprietary site, I figured a G+ group might be better. 
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