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CockroachDB cockroachlabs.com

CockroachDB 2.0 has arrived!

In this post, we highlight how CockroachDB 2.0 enables your data layer to evolve with your business: JSON enables rapid iteration in response to changing customer requirements; major throughput and scalability improvements help you handle huge increases in user request volumes; and a groundbreaking toolkit for managing multi-regional workloads lets you deliver low-latency applications to customers anywhere in the world. Lots to ingest here. Also listen to Go Time #73 all about CockroachDB. 👇

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Go arrow.apache.org

A native Go library for Apache Arrow

Apache Arrow is a cross-language development platform for in-memory data. It specifies a standardized language-independent columnar memory format for flat and hierarchical data, organized for efficient analytic operations on modern hardware. Recently, engineers from InfluxData developed and donated a native Go language implementation of Apache Arrow to the community.

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Ashley McNamara Medium

Building bridges to GopherCon 2018

Ashley McNamara is doing a series of fundraisers starting now and ending on July 1st. The goal is to raise money for GoBridge and WomenWhoGo — two organizations who make it their mission to educate & empower underrepresented communities. I can't wait to see how many of these tees the community will be wearing at GopherCon later this year. I'm imagining a sea of Gophers rocking these shirts!

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Go devs.cloudimmunity.com

50 shades of Go

The gotchas of Go that will get you if you don't get them first — traps, gotchas, and common mistakes... Kyle Quest: A lot of these gotchas may seem obvious if you took the time to learn the language reading the official spec, wiki, mailing list discussions, many great posts and presentations by Rob Pike, and the source code. Not everybody starts the same way though and that's OK. If you are new to Go the information here will save you hours debugging your code. This post covers Go 1.5 and below.

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