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Your source for diverse discussions from around the Go community. This show records LIVE every Tuesday at 3pm US Eastern. Join the Golang community and chat with us during the show in the #gotimefm channel of Gophers slack. Panelists include Mat Ryer, Jon Calhoun, Natalie Pistunovich, Johnny Boursiquot, Angelica Hill, Kris Brandow, and Ian Lopshire. We discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker… oh and also Go! Some people search for GoTime or GoTime ...
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The only podcast dedicated to backend development, technologies, and careers. Lane Wagner, the founder of Boot.dev, interviews successful backend engineers to get their takes on various trends, technologies, and career tips for new backend developers. Golang, Python, JavaScript, and Rust are the programming languages most commonly discussed, but speakers dabble in all sorts.
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This podcast features intimate conversations with engineers who are in the forefront of building or teaching technology. Join us as we learn how our guests got started in tech, the type and level of education they've obtained, their work history, and personal stories about their journey. We publish the show on Apple, Spotify, YouTube, and the Web biweekly on Wednesdays at 12pm US Eastern Time. Subscribe and STAY TUNED!
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Deep-dive discussions with the smartest developers we know, explaining what they're working on, how they're trying to move the industry forward, and what we can learn from them. You might find the solution to your next architectural headache, pick up a new programming language, or just hear some good war stories from the frontline of technology. Join your host Kris Jenkins as we try to figure out what tomorrow's computing will look like the best way we know how - by listening directly to the ...
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Episodes and show notes available at friday.hirelofty.com. An unapologetic show about the culture and chaos of software engineering from the makers and breakers of digital products at Lofty Labs. We build software with Python and Django, Ruby and Rails, Golang, whatever frontend framework we're forced to use because it's popular this month, and anything else to get the job done right. Then on Friday afternoons we have a beer and talk about our regrets on this show.
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Software Engineer and Developer Advocate, Nic Raboy, shares all his tips and tricks to becoming a polyglot developer. Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, and game development and how you can quickly get ahead in becoming an incredible developer. With a background in programming languages such as Java, Android, Node.js, and Golang and a background with frameworks such as Express, Ionic Framework, NativeScript, Zend Framework, and Apache Cordova, Nic Raboy is a polyglot with a lot to ...
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Since its inception in 2011, Best Remote Team, an offshore web and mobile app development company, is offering high-quality offshore software and app development services by facilitating businesses with the right and skilled technical brains. You can hire a remote team of dedicated developers with the right skills and attitude for your project. Hire dedicated developers after a thorough screening process and a personal interview to find the best match as per your expectations.
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I'm the Hack of all Trades and a master of none. Welcome to my world of picking up new hobbies, learning new schools, and ultimately moving onto the next shiny item in the never ending world of cool gear. I always find myself diving head first into new hobbies only to abandon them shortly thereafter. Come along as I tell you all about the latest tech and gear and that leaves me broke but happy.
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Mat Ryer has been writing HTTP services in Go for more than 13 years. Needless to say, he’s learned a lot along the way. Today, Johnny & Ian sit down with Mat to ask him all about it. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors: Fly.io – The home of Changelog.com…
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Back in 2012, José Valim started building Elixir to as a way to have his ideal programming language running on the same platform as Erlang. Fast-forward 12 years and it’s become build anything from distributed infrastructure to notebooks and websites. In this week’s Developer Voices, José joins us to tell the history of Elixir in a series of design…
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Today we bring Thomas Ballinger, a developer at Convex, an open-source backend for application builders. We will be discussing mainly databases, and why at Convex they use Rust and Typescript. We'll also talk about systems scalability, infrastructure and go over different practices regarding abstractions Learn back-end development - https://www.boo…
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Go 1.22.5 & 1.21.12 released Conferences 🇮🇱 GopherCon Israel, Sept 9 @ Tel Aviv CFP open until Jul 15 🇦🇺 GopherCon AU, No CFP open until Sept 15 🇮🇳 GopherCon India, Dec 1 @ Jaipur New proposal: include abandoned packages in list of deprecations Blog post: gRPC: The Good Parts by Kevin McDonald 🍪 New package: github.com/syntaqx/cookie Found on Reddi…
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Dependencies! We need them, but how do we use them effectively and safely? In this week’s episode Kris is joined by Ian and Johnny to discuss the polyfill.io supply chain attack, the history of dependency management and usage in Go, and the Go Proverb that “a little copying is better than a little dependency”. Of course, we wrap up the episode with…
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Join us in this episode as we dive into the world of scalable and resilient backend infrastructure with Konrad Reiche. A Berlin-transplant living in San Francisco, Konrad is a seasoned software engineer who brings a wealth of experience and insight into designing abstractions that add immense value. Currently a Staff Engineer at Reddit, Konrad's in…
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There’s huge pressure on Python at the moment to get faster, ideally without changing at all. One increasingly–popular way of achieving that impossible task is to push the performance critical code down into C, C++, or Rust. And this week we’re focussing on the Python route, as we take a look at PyO3. David Hewitt’s the principal committer to PyO3,…
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Ramesh joins me this week to talk about his experiences teaching programming in Girls who code club and gate keeping that can discourage some people from choosing computer science as their career path. Links: Confluence podcast with Ramesh Scott Hanselman's blog Profanity doesn't work Ramesh's blog Hanselminutes podcast ChangeLog I'd appreciate any…
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Today we bring anothe returning guest, Adam Elmore! An AWS Hero, Teacher and fellow content creator! You might notice today's talk is a bit different, as we don't cover too much technical details but we do cover a lot of other interesting topics that permeate our everyday lives, such as kids and family time, religion and purpose in life... But don'…
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Visit our homepage - cupogo.dev - for links to our Patreon, Store, past episodes, and more. 🚢 Releases 1.23 RC1 released 1.22.5 & 1.21.12 pre-release announcement Proposals 1️⃣ Accepted: cmd/gofmt: change -d to exit 1 if diffs exist 🆕 Accepted: list deprecations and newer available dep versions 🪢 Accepted: spec: allow range-over-func to omit iterat…
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Most message systems have an opinion on the right way to do inter-systems communication. Whether it’s actors, queues, message logs or just plain ol’ request response, nearly every tool has decided on The Right Way to do messaging, and it optimises heavily for that specific approach. But NATS is absolutely running against that trend. In this week’s …
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Our award winning worthy survey game show is back, this time Mat Ryer hosts it live on stage at GopherCon EU Berlin 2024! Join in & play along as we see which team can better guess what these GopherCon gophers had to say! Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 6 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors:…
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Getting out there, showing what you're currently doing / learning, starting a blog, creating content to help other software engineers, those are all good way to distinguish yourself. You might want to consider speaking at conferences as well. In this episode we're talking with Matt Boyle about the what, why, how of getting your first conference tal…
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In today's episode, we bring back James Q Quick. Last time we talked about his best tips to land your first ever job as a developer. Today we talk about James' new startup and how he manages all his new tech adventures with being a parent and also provides some helpful insight as to why having an audience and personal connections in the industry is…
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Join us as we dive into the world of tech with award-winning software developer and robotics expert, Ron Evans. With a rich background in IoT, computer vision, and open source contributions, Ron has helped giants like AT&T, Intel, and Northvolt tackle their toughest challenges. As the maintainer of TinyGo and the creator of Gobot and GoCV, Ron shar…
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Smalltalk is one of those programming languages that’s lived out of the mainstream, but often referenced as an influence and an important part of programming history. It’s the cornerstone of object-oriented programming, it was into message passing before actors were cool, and it blurs the line between operating system, programming language and pers…
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This week we’re catching up on the news! Kris is joined by Ian to discuss some of the recent news from around the Go community. Listen in to hear whether the co-hosts believe there’s software that shouldn’t be written in Go, their thoughts on if Go is evolving in the right direction & whether common nouns make good package names. Leave us a comment…
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I'm joined by Marian Montagnino this week. We talk about CLI in Go, programming languages. Java and Elm mentioned, be warned .;) and other tech related stuff. Marian wrote a book on building CLI in Go and presented multiple talks at Go conferences. We had some connectivity glitches during our call making it challenging. You won't here the internet …
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In today's episode, we bring back BadCop! Since last episode, she joined Boot.dev's team and is now writing courses with us! Today we will be discussing the approaches to writing good educational material, Bash (of course, duh), working outside cloud solutions, SSH, NAS systems, workflows with different editors and cultural shifts in different area…
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Visit our homepage - cupogo.dev - for links to our Patreon, Swag Store, and more. Next week, on June 19th, we're doing a physical meetup! Join #amsterdam on the Gopher Slack to join up. 🇩🇪 GopherCon Europe next week, June 17-20 Can’t afford to attend online? Fill in this form: https://forms.gle/gcDGxnRJvjXbVPuZ6 🎲 math/rand: make global seed a no-o…
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Angelica is joined by Cameron Balahan, Sameer Ajmani & Russ Cox from the Go Team at Google to talk about how things get done on the Go Team, how do they decide what to improve and then how do they go about improving it. We also discuss how they decide what to work when & what the future of Go might look like. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members …
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This week we take a close look at the language Inko from two perspectives: The language design features that make it special, and the realities of being a language developer. Yorick Peterse joins us to discuss why he’s building Inko, and which design sweetspots he’s looking for. We begin with memory management, aiming for the kind of developer who …
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In today's episode, we welcome Ken Wheeler, a dope programmer, who creates cool projects and just gives them away for free, helping thousands of developers worldwide, a based beatmaker and just in general a cool person. In this episode, we talk about AI, React, OCaml, why stressing over specific frameworks is not worth it, advice for new developers…
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Go 1.22.4 & 1.21.11 released Proposals New: safer file open functions github.com/google/safeopen alternative openat man page New: allow range-over-func to omit iteration variables Blog: Flaky Tests Overhaul at Uber Blog: Redpanda acquires Benthos to expand its end-to-end streaming data platform Interview with Ashley Jeffs Twitter LinkedIn GitHub An…
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Join us as we dive into the world of tech with award-winning software developer and robotics expert, Ron Evans. With a rich background in IoT, computer vision, and open source contributions, Ron has helped giants like AT&T, Intel, and Northvolt tackle their toughest challenges. As the maintainer of TinyGo and the creator of Gobot and GoCV, Ron shar…
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I’ve often wondered how you build a text editor. Like many software projects, it’s a simple idea at the core with an almost infinite scope for features. How do you build a solid foundation to expand on? Which features matter for launch? And how do you hope to satisfy the needs of every programmer, working in every language? My guest for this episod…
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I started a monolith-style web application couple of weeks ago and force to admit that Go is more and more fun to use where I was considering more like Django or Rails before. For me there was still the templates aspect that needed to be fixed, and I wrote a library for that. The other major place where I was not enjoying myself was the database co…
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In today's episode, we welcome Casey Muratori, a seasoned programmer who specializes in game engine research and development who is currently working on a narrative game about organized crime in the 1930s in New York. And oh boy, is this episode packed with valuable knowledge! In this talk, we go over the differences between different job positions…
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Go 1.22.4 & 1.21.11 coming Tuesday, June 4 Community events Golang Atlanta meetup, June 13 Cup o' Go Meetup in Amsterdam, June 19 Golang Tilburg meetup, June 20 Proposal accepted and implemented: new iterator functions in maps package coming in 1.23 Reddit: What software shouldn't you write in Go? Blog: Blazingly Fast Shadow Stacks for Go by Felix …
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Angelica is joined by Samantha Coyle to talk about her newly published textbook: Go Programming - From Beginner to Professional. This book serves as a go-to guide to master Go for real-world software dev success covering fundamentals to advanced topics. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 8 minutes on this episode because they made the ads …
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This week on Developer Voices we’re talking to Ryan Worl, whose career in big data engineering has taken him from DataDog to Co-Founding WarpStream, an Apache Kafka-compatible streaming system that uses Golang for the brains and S3 for the storage. Ryan tells us about his time at DataDog, along with the things he learnt from doing large-scale syste…
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In today’s episode, we bring AnthonyGG, a highly requested guest, a Go developer with over a decade of experience with Golang and a fellow content creator. This episode will be all around Web Development with Go - from how Anthony started writing code with Go and why he chose this language, to tooling, migrations, integrations with databases, gener…
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Proposals Accepted: require Linux 3.17 kernel for Go 1.24 Previous discussion: Episode 61 Accepted: add encoding.AppendText and encoding.AppendBinary Previous discussion: Episode 62 Accepted: add HostLayout directive type 🪟 Accepted: Normalize line endings in example output comparisons Conference updates 🇮🇱 GopherCon Isreael CFP open until June 30 …
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Based on their experience in Curve and Cloudflare, Matthew Boyle & Chris Shepherd share their experience migrating from PHP to Go. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 7 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors: Neo4j – Is your code getting dragged down by JOINs and long query times? The problem might…
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Manfred Touron, currently VP of Engineering at Gno.land and Founder of Berty Technologies, takes us on his journey through tech. Manfred has led the development of the secure peer-to-peer messaging app, Berty Messenger, and helped pioneer the Wesh Network, an asynchronous mesh networking protocol. Now, he's spearheading Gno.land, the next generatio…
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PostgreSQL is an incredible general-purpose database, but it can’t do everything. Every design decision is a tradeoff, and inevitably some of those tradeoffs get fundamentally baked into the way it’s built. Take storage for instance - Postgres tables are row-oriented; great for row-by-row access, but when it comes to analytics, it can’t compete wit…
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I've restarted active development on my open source Go backend server API StaticBackend. For a long time I wanted to make its CLI size smaller, and I decided to use Go's plugin package to extract a functionality that used a dependency that was accounting for more than 50% of its 170 MB. Go plugin were the solution I decided to use for this and I ex…
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Today, we bring back a dear guest and friend of the podcast, ThePrimeagen! Now Ex-Netflix engineer who turned his full focus to content creation surrounding software engineering and tech. In today's episode, we talk about his new Git course on boot.dev, where he shares motivations on why he decided to write a course on Git, how he incorporates it i…
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Upcoming conferences 🇯🇵 June 8: Go Conference 2024 @ Tokyo, Japan 🇩🇪 June 17-20: GopherCon EU @ Berlin, Germany 🇳🇱 June 19-21: DevOps Days @ Amsterdam, Netherlands 🇷🇺 June 24-25: Golang Conf 2024 @ St. Petersburg, Russia Proposals 👍 Accepted: go telemetry subcommand Previous discussion on Episode 62 ⛔ Declined: Notify of new major dependency versio…
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The actor model is a popular approach to building scalable software systems. And isn’t hard to understand when you’re just reading about the beginner’s examples. But how do you architect a complex design using the actor model? Which patterns work well? How do you think through it? Joining me to take us through it is Hugh McKee. Hugh’s a total actor…
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In today's episode, we welcome Low Level Learning, a fellow programmer and content creator. With over 500k subscribers and his own course where he teaches low level programming topics, he came on the podcast to talk about what he knows most: C, low level concepts, AI, as well as share some of his own developer experiences and preferences that he ga…
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Go 1.22.3 & 1.22.10 released Proposals Accepted: add binary.Append function Likely accept: new `go telemetry` subcommand Likely decline: Notify about new major versions of dependencies Packt book bundle Interview with Jamie Tanna Blog: Creating a more sustainable model for `oapi-codegen` in the future Blog: oapi-codegen is moving to its own org on …
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