Yesterday, at our annual Go contributor summit, attendees got a sneak peek at preliminary drafts of possible designs for changes to error handling and generics. The development of Go 2 was announced last year and we are excited to share updates with you today.
For a quick overview, watch this short message we just played at Gophercon 2018:
We invite everyone in the Go community to learn more about the designs and help us improve them.
- Go 2, here we come!
- Nine years of Go
- Participate in the 2018 Go User Survey
- Participate in the 2018 Go Company Questionnaire
- Go 2017 Survey Results
- Hello, 中国!
- Participate in the 2017 Go User Survey
- Eight years of Go
- Community Outreach Working Group
- Contribution Workshop
- Contributors Summit
- Toward Go 2
- Go 2016 Survey Results
- Participate in the 2016 Go User Survey and Company Questionnaire
- Go, Open Source, Community
- GopherChina Trip Report
- Four years of Go
- Advanced Go Concurrency Patterns
- The path to Go 1
- Get thee to a Go meetup
- Concurrency is not parallelism
- Two recent Go talks
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- Go videos from Google I/O 2012
- Getting to know the Go community
- The Go Programming Language turns two
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- Spotlight on external Go libraries
- Go at Google I/O 2011: videos
- Go Programming session video from Google I/O
- Third-party libraries: goprotobuf and beyond