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#golang Portal

Go was announced by Google in 2009 and is currently, according to Stack Overflow’s 2020 Developer Survey, the 5th most loved programming language. By default, it produces native binaries with no external dependencies. An example of such a binary is the static site generator Hugo. For an overview of Go, see wikipedia.org/wiki/​Go_(programming_language).

 
 
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Timelines on Twitter

The tweets in this section are from Twitter lists I created and might be related to #golang.

 

@nm’s go list

To view this Twitter list, click this sentence.

Tip: Alternate ways to view this list are below this embedded list.

 

To view this list on Twitter, go to twitter.com/nm/lists/go/members.

To view this list on a random Nitter instance, go to notabird.site/nm/lists/go.

 

@nm’s golang list

To view this Twitter list, click this sentence.

Tip: Alternate ways to view this list are below this embedded list.

 

To view this list on Twitter, go to twitter.com/nm/lists/golang/members.

To view this list on a random Nitter instance, go to nitter.fprivacy.com/nm/lists/golang.

 

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