Building a startup on Go
Blake Mizerany joined the show to talk about coming to Go from Ruby, Go’s growth and adoption over the past 7 years, adopting external dependencies, building a startup on Go, and coding as CEO.
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- Blake Mizerany – Twitter, GitHub
- Erik St. Martin – Twitter, GitHub
- Carlisia Thompson – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn
- Brian Ketelsen – Twitter, GitHub
Blake had to take off early from the show, so at around 20 minutes in Brian, Carlisia and Erik discuss the latest projects on their Go radar.
- Introducing Changelog 2.0
- Blake Mizerany at dotGo 2014 — Three fallacies of dependencies
- Cory LaNou’s Running a Go Meetup project
- go-conv - Conversions without using reflection across most built-in Go types through type assertion switches.
- gorram - It’s like go run for any go function
- SummitDB - In-memory NoSQL database with ACID transactions, Raft consensus, and Redis API
- From Matt Holt - JSON-to-Go converts JSON to Go struct
- From Matt Holt - curl-to-Go instantly converts curl commands to Go code
- Write React Components in Go
- go-qemu - Go packages to interact with QEMU using the QEMU Machine Protocol (QMP)
- myLG - an open source software utility which combines the functions of the different network probes in one network diagnostic tool.
- stability-badges - SVG badges for Go projects
- netstat - Find out who is listening on a specific port
- lsof - List of open files or open ports
- strace - It’s diagnostic, debugging and instructional userspace utility for Linux
Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!