List/Grid Tag Archives: Go

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Using Go to build a REST service on top of mongoDB

I’ve been following go (go-lang) for a while now and finally had some time to experiment with it a bit more. In this post we’ll create a simple HTTP server that uses mongoDB ...
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Fault Tolerance in Go

In distributed systems, failure is inevitable. Eventually, some service will become bogged down and consequently won’t respond quickly enough or, worse, a service will simply die. ...
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Go for Java Programmers: Simple Types

Part of the Go for Java Programmers series Before we get into custom types, and Go’s version of object-orientation, let’s cover the simple types that come out of the box.  Full ...
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An Introduction to Go – Elegance with Power and Simplicity

Whilst I usually try to stick with only `bread-butter` languages (i.e. php, python, java & C#), my last project involved the Google appengine web app written in Google’s own flagship ...
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Go for Java Programmers: Control Structures

Go (Golang) has only three basic control structures.  However, each of them are significantly more versatile than their Java counterparts. If The if statement should be immediately ...
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Go for Java Programmers: Packages, Functions, and Variables

Go’s Familiar Syntax Due to their shared heritage in the C programming language, Go (aka Golang) code should be fairly recognizable to a Java developer.  Here is the canonical “Hello ...
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Go for Java Programmers: Introduction

Background Go (often referred to as “Golang”) is a fairly new programming language, first conceived in 2007, with version 1.0 launched in 2012.  Its three inventors are currently ...
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