The blog of Jessie Frazelle, hacker of all things: systems, kernels, operating systems, etc. She's worked on Docker and Kubernetes, and today is building Oxide Computer.
John (aka Bitfield) is a Go mentor and author of the 'For the Love of Go' book series. He writes tutorials and articles on various aspects of Go, including comparisons with Rust and Python, and details of the proposed generics support in Go. His clear, friendly, helpful articles are aimed at beginners and anyone who wants to level up their Go skills.
The blog covers various topics on software and web development, such as deep dives in web technologies (e.g. CORS), designing and implementing network protocols, testing in Golang, deadlines and cancellations and much more.
Jaana writes about her current work, which primarily revolves around observability, instrumentation, databases, and working with Go. She used to work at Google, now works at AWS.
Dave writes about Go, hardware hacking, and programming in general.
Peter writes about his experience with Go and general software development practices. He's the creator of Go Kit, a popular Go library billed as the standard library for microservices.
Alex's blog covers mostly Go-specific topics, like packages, language tips or database-related posts. The author of the blog has also written a book about Go, called Let's Go. Recent posts cover topics like working with JSON, handling database timeouts, and interfaces in Go.
Simon focuses in his blog on backend engineering with golang and also covers some entrepreneurial topics. Recent posts touch on topics like chaos engineering, CAP theorem, and Docker. On top the blog acts as archive for his weekly computer science newsletter.
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