Topic: golang

SD Times news digest: Go 1.15 released, Mozilla announces restructuring, and Progress Test Studio updates

The new Go 1.15 release includes substantial improvements to the Go linker, improved allocation for small objects at high core counts, X.509 CommonName deprecation, and more.  The key contributors to better linker performance are a newly redesigned object file format, and a revamping of internal phases to increase concurrency. GOPROXY supports skipping proxies that return … continue reading

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Go 1.15 planning is underway

Go 1.14 is on track to be released in February, but the Go team is already planning ahead to the next release. Go 1.15 is scheduled for August, and the team is currently considering what library and language changes to include.  According to the team, the primary goals for Go are package and version management, … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Bleve

This week’s highlighted open-source project, Bleve, provides modern text indexing in Go. The project’s main features include intelligent defaults backed by powerful configuration and supported field types such as text, numeric and date. It also includes supported query types such as term, phrase, match, match phrase, prefix and many more. Tf-idf scoring, search result match highlighting … continue reading

Go is 1.5 released

Google announced the release of Go 1.5 today. This new version of the programming language and its associated tooling includes many performance improvements, as well as fundamental changes to the runtime and compiler. Previously, the Go compiler and runtime included C code, but all traces of C have been expunged. The Go runtime and compiler … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: HODOR

Hodor hodor hodor, hodor hodor hodor hodor. Hodor hodor GitHub hodor hodor: HODOR. Yes, the language repository was posted on April Fool’s Day by mobile application development company Hummingbird Technologies. Yes, the language’s structure and “simplified” syntax consist entirely of the word “Hodor” in tandem with various symbols and punctuations. Yet despite all that, within … continue reading

BlackBerry BBM for Android Wear, the Eye Tribe’s SDK for Android, and KitKat is cramping Lollipop’s uptake—SD Times news digest: Jan. 8, 2015

BlackBerry is jumping into the wearables space. The company just announced BBM support for a wide range of Android Wear wearable devices. “The integration of BBM to support wearable technology is just one way we’re expanding the capabilities of our portfolio and delivering exciting options for customers to easily access BlackBerry’s cross-platform technologies,” said Herman … continue reading

December Edition: Top 5 projects trending on GitHub

Happy Almost 2015, GitHubbers! To cap off the year in GitHub, we have the Top 5 projects of the month of December. I wanted to do the Top 5 of 2014, but alas the GitHub trending feature doesn’t have a yearly time span option. #1: io.js, the month’s most popular project providing evented I/O for … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week

Find out all about #1: Streem, the prototype stream-based programming language from the mind of Ruby creator Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto here. #2: Evil Icons This plug ‘n play set of SVG icons from Alexander Madyankin and Roman Shamin is designed specifically for Web projects. The icons are available as a Node.js package or a Ruby … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week

#1 io.js was featured in last week’s Top 5 trending projects. #2: Go The Go programming language is hot this week on the heels of its version 1.4 release, the fifth major stable release of Go. Go 1.4’s most important feature is official support for Android, using the core and libraries to enable writing of … continue reading

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