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December 1November 27Y<staff>Introduction
To contribute, fork https://github.com/gopheracademy/gopheracademy-web
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December 2November 28publisheddgryskiPeachPy and GoInstructions are in the README for that repository.
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December 3November 29publishedfortytw2Where to Terminate TLS?
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December 4November 30publishedlk4d4Timers internals in GoNeed help? Join #writing on the Gophers Slack
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December 5December 1publishedBrian Flannery (brianflannery)
Using NATS Messaging with some of your favorite Golang tools
Invite: https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org/
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December 6December 2published@gosamv (sam@parsable.com)Using go's 'context' for cross-cutting concerns in production applications
Round-up of posts is at https://medium.com/@gosamv/context-advent-2016-a06536335518
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December 7December 3publishedBrian Ketelsen @bketelsenQPID - BBQ for Gophers
Alternate 1, 2, 3 spots will be published during the series, or immediately after
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December 8December 4publishedMatt Layher (@mdlayher: github, twitter, slack)Contributing to the Go project
But are useful to keep in reserve if someone misses their publication date.
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December 9December 5publishedkardianos (Daniel Theophanes)New features in database/sql.
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December 10December 6publishedChristoph Berger (chris@appliedgo.net)Some tools for Go that you might not know yet
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December 11December 7publishedCarlisiaPackages as Decoupled Services
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December 12December 8publishedsam boyer @sdboyersthing sthing pkg mgmt sthing sthing (TBD)
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December 13December 9publisheddwhitena (Daniel Whitenack)Distributed data analysis via the Pachyderm Go client
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December 14December 10publishedAdam Glassman (abglassman@gmail.com)Abusing Go syntax to create a DSL
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December 15December 11publisheddlsniperFinding good packages in a sea of open-source
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December 16December 12publishedErnesto Jimenez (@ernesto_jimenez)Writing good unit tests for SOLID Go
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December 17December 13publishedScott Mansfield (sgmansf@gmail.com or gophers slack)
The Goroutree: A tree set made of coordinating goroutines
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December 18December 14publishedFilippo Valsorda filippo@cloudflare.comSo you want to expose a Go server to the Internet
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December 19December 15publishedChris Lu (chris.lu@gmail.com)Go+LuaJIT for efficient distributed map reduce system
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December 20December 16publishedEdward Medvedev (edward.medvedev@gmail.com)Learning go: Enigma emulator in Go
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December 21December 17pubished
Aditya Mukerjee (chimeracoder on Github, email dev (at) chimeracoder dot net)
Implementing a compression algorithm in Go
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December 22December 18published@nataliepisGoBridge beginnershttps://github.com/gopheracademy/gopheracademy-web/pull/221
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December 23December 19publishedVitor De Mario (vdemario, vitordemario@gmail.com)Predicting genetic diseases with CloudForest
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December 24December 20publishedKevin Burke (kev@inburke.com)Writing an API client in Go
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December 25December 21absent?kelseyhightower (Kelsey Hightower)
Go Kubernetes. Building and Deploying Go applications in Kubernetes.
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December 26December 22publishedmatryer (Mat Ryer)A bit of Machine Learning in Go
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December 27December 23publishedGyu-Ho Lee (github.com/gyuho, gyuhox@gmail.com)Testing distributed systems in Go
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December 28December 24publishedCorey Prak (corey@prak.me)Fortifying Your Projects
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December 29December 25publisheddlsniperIntroducing Go to your organization
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December 30December 26publisheddlsniperGo 1.8-> I can let someone else tackle this if so desired, ping me on Slack please
-> I'm happy to cover one or more of crypto/tls, crypto/*, net/http. -- Filippo
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December 31December 27published<staff>Wrapup
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Alternate 1ASAPgroobReacting to github events with go-github
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Alternate 2publishedJon Calhoun (jon@calhoun.io)Advanced Encoding and Decoding Techniques in Go
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Alternate 3Mark Wolfe (mark@wolfe.id.au)Releasing Go based CLI applications
Basic structure of a command line application, versioning, makefile and CI examples.
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