Kaylyn Gibilterra talks about her journey of learning cobalt on Mainframes and insights into converting them into go.
Because go is a new language it is hard to find people that already have experience in it. but because of how it is written it can be easy for engineers from different backgrounds to pick up. This chart show where different engineers start with go and some of the troubles they have moving over.
gomponents – view components in pure go (like React)
chezmoi – Cross-platform dotfile manager
allows syncing config files between multiple systems including windows. has some common tools embedded in (curl, wget, diff, tar, git)
Kyoto frontend-like components
https://github.com/kyoto-framework/kyoto – this looks like a very early project
TinyGo – embedded systems and WebAssembly
Zoekt – Optimizing Memory
AI-Driven Development in Go
Queues, Fairness and The Go Scheduler
3D Printing Gophers with Go
https://marlinfw.org/ – printer hardware
https://octoprint.org/ – track printer status
https://github.com/deadsy/sdfx – go CAD program which can be used to create stl files for 3d printing.
Patterns to build a scalable API – Amit Mishra
Genji – Embedded SQL database – Asdine El hrychy
AWS – Sean Tracey
Scratching your own itch – Christopher Stingl
Understand compiler errors – Varun Gandhi
Taking the (Quantum) Leap with Go! – Mathilde Raynal