This fast and lean editor packed with features for programming in a whole bunch of languages now also has full support for working with Go.
Particularly impressive is the code complete or intellisense feature built-in for Go, which is superior to all code completion features I have seen so far in other ide's (also on Linux), e.g. when opening the parameter list it shows the types of parameters to enter.
Furthermore Zeus offers code folding, a very handy feature I also haven't yet seen in other editors, a Goto Definition feature (very nice for browsing the Go source), and a whole bunch of code snippets (templates).
Zeus has the same capabilities and speed Visual Studio offers, but now Go developers have it for their favorite language!
See it in action in:
Go check it out at:
Patrick Crosby at StatHat asked that we post this job, and we're only too happy to encourage Go developers to get paid.
Now get those resumes ready, Patrick and team have built an amazing product powered by Go.
Go 1 is a major release of Go that will be stable in the long term.
It is intended that programs written for Go 1 will continue to compile
and run correctly, unchanged, under future versions of Go 1.
All information can be found at: http://golang.org/
The Go 1 release notes list the significant changes since the last
release and explain how to update your code:
To learn about the future of Go 1, read the Go 1 compatibility document:
Go 1 is available as binary distributions for the
FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows operating systems.
To install a binary distribution, follow these instructions:
Spread the word and start developing projects in Go !
A new book on the Go language has been published:
The Way to Go
A Thorough Introduction to the Go Programming Language
Published: 3/9/2012 by IUniverse
Format:Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
It is a print-on-demand book, so trees are not unnecessarily killed for it.
It is available through Barnes and Noble:
but also as an e-book:
The project vitess, which is the core of YouTube's new MySQL serving infrastructure, is written in Go.
The main goal of the project is to provide servers and tools to facilitate
scaling of MySQL databases for the web. It is predominantly developed in
Go, and is already being used in a large scale production environment.
On 22/2 Slamet Hendri announced the 1st version of a Content Management System written in Go. Check it out at:
The company ngmoco, and in particular Dave Grijalva and Scott White, have built a new framework for building HTTP-servers by composing handlers into pipelines, inspired by Ruby Rack and nginx. Also tools for logging and performance measuring are built in.