Play with Go
Play with Go is a set of hands-on, interactive tutorials for learning the tools used while programming in Go. In this episode we are joined by its creators, Paul Jolly and Marcos Nils, as we learn more about what motivated the creation of the project, what technology it was built on, and how you can help contribute additional guides to help your fellow gophers!
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- Paul Jolly – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Marcos Nils – Mastodon, Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn
- Jon Calhoun – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Kris Brandow – Twitter, GitHub
- Carmen Andoh – Twitter, GitHub
- Play with Go - The live site running Play with Go
- Play with Go on Github - The open source repository and source code.
- Play with Go on Twitter
- Play with Docker - The project that Play with Go was based on.
- play-with-go/preguide - A validation tool used in Play with Go.
- CUE - Syntax language similar to JSON used in Play with Go. Built with Go.
- Using Go Modules - A blog article mentioned in the show as having issues due to repositories changing.
- Gitea - An open source, self-hosted Git service used in Play with Go.
- gio - A Go GUI library mentioned in the show.
- Jonathan Leibiusky - Helped create Play with Docker.
- SIV is Unsound - An article mentioned during the unpopular opinion segment about semantic versioning.
Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!