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Kite: Library for writing distributed microservices

Writing web services with Go is super easy. The simple but powerful net/http package lets you write performant web services in a very quick way.

OpenShift 3 and Go: Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks

The first commit to OpenShift (the Platform as a Service that is so hipster that we were doing containers even before it was cool) was four years ago.


When I decided to build Inspeqtor (source), I had a fundamental choice: what language should I build it in? I’ve worked in Ruby for the last 8 years so it was a natural choice: “use the tool you know best” is never a bad choice when solving your own problem.

Gogs: GitLab alternative in Go

What is Gogs and why we make it? Gogs is a painless self-hosted Git Service written in Go. It aims to make the easiest, fastest and most painless way to set up a self-hosted Git service.

Updating your Go packages with Go Package Store

Go Package Store is an app that displays updates for the Go packages in your GOPATH. Why another way to update Go packages when you can already just do go get -u, you might think.

Building Street Address Autocomplete with Go

Almost two years ago, SmartyStreets began an exodus from the .NET platform. What would take its place? Go. Before moving our entire code base from .