Sarah Adams on Test2Doc and Women Who Go
June 21, 2016, 9:03 p.m. (6 years, 9 months ago)
On this show we’re joined by Sarah Adams. We talk about creating safe spaces for women to get started in the Go community, about Women Who Go, and take a deep dive into her Test2Doc open source project.
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- Sarah Adams – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Erik St. Martin – Twitter, GitHub
- Carlisia Thompson – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn
- Brian Ketelsen – Twitter, GitHub
Interesting Go Projects and News
- Go 1.7 toolchain improvements
- Context in 1.7
- Vendor Check - Check that all your Go dependencies are properly vendored
- Building the simplest Go static analysis tool
- Heka state
- GopherCon 2014 Data Snarfing with Go: Heka Good Time by Rob Miller (video)
- Go libhunt - curated list of Go libraries
- Minio Object Storage in Kubernetes
- Lime Text editor
- A pure Go implementation of Gil Tene’s HDR Histogram and “How NOT to Measure Latency” by Gil Tene (video)
- Brian’s GitHub search for interesting Go repos
Free Software Friday
- Brian - Docker
- Erik - Rofi - A window switcher, run dialog and dmenu replacement
- Carlisia - Remote Go Meetup and Sourcegraph Chrome Extension
- Sarah - API Blueprint Spec
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