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Very much looking forwards to the new tools coming out this year.

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Which GopherCon talk are you most interested in? https://www.gophercon.com/sessions/
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Navigating Unfamiliar Code, Alan Donovan
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Understanding nil, Francesc Campoy
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The Design of the Go Assembler, Rob Pike
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Mind the Gap, Katrina Owen
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Inside the Map Impl, Keith Randall

Convox is hiring a remote Go developer to work on Rack.

> I’m looking to hire a full time System Engineer to help maintain Rack. Relevant skills are AWS, Go, Docker and Linux. Remote ok and encouraged! Email noah@convox.com if you are interested or know anyone that is.

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Slides from Chris Olsen's talk on building (single page) web apps in Go are up.

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HTTP/2 and http2 in Go 1.6 by Brad Fitzpatrick

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"While historically Uber has been mostly a Node.js and Python shop, the Go language is becoming the language of choice for building many of Uber Engineering’s new services."

Hi guys nice to see you at the last February meeting. Regarding our discussion about replacing ugly Make Files, I was thinking something a bit more powerful than plain Go Build.  i.e. something that allows Zipping up files for distributing software, cross compiling a whole bunch of things in one shot, and basically doing everything Make for C can do, in a cleaner way... that Build cannot do.
I found something interesting that might be what I was thinking of:  https://github.com/laher/goxc   However I have not tried it. It says you can use it to zip, cross compile to many platforms in one shot, and deploy, and it basically does a more complex build/distribute for a large project. Whereas I find go build very good for simple basic small builds. Again I haven't tried so I can't comment on it too much.

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The Go team will be hosting a 24-hour AMA on the #golang subreddit following the Go 1.6 release.

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Gopher Gala was covered by CTV News Edmonton. Check it out starting at 11:10.

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(just saw this) The top 3 winners of Infoworld's Technology Year awards:
* Docker (Go)
* Kubernetes (Go)
* CoreOS (Go)
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