Mirrorbits is a geographical download redirector written in Go for distributing files efficiently across a set of mirrors. It offers a simple and economic way to create a full Content Delivery Network layer using a pure software stack. It is primarily designed for the distribution of large-scale Open-Source projects with a lot of traffic.
via Using Object-Oriented Web Servers in Go – via @codeship | via @codeship.
The first thing a web developer does when they try out a new language is to make a Hello World web application. The simple example in Go is pretty straightforward, but it can be hard to grow to suit the needs of a larger web application. In this post, we’ll take the canonical Hello World Go web app example and refactor it twice into a solution that’s much easier to work with in the long run.
Go is a new general-purpose programming language for professionals who build and maintain production systems. Hundreds of companies and thousands of open-source projects are using Go, including Google, DropBox, Docker, Apcera, and SoundCloud. This talk will present Go to the experienced Java developer and show how its radically simple approach to software construction can make teams more productive.
Presentation slides: http://talks.golang.org/2015/go-for-j…
Other presentations – http://www.javasig.com/presentantions/
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Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. Site: http://golang.org