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  1. 99%Implementing MVCC and major SQL transaction isolation levels
  2. 99%Minimizing Linux boot times
  3. 97%Tracking Releases & CI Across Software Teams and Forges
  4. 99%Runtime code generation and execution in Go: Part 1
  5. 99%Borgo Programming Language
  6. 98%Go performance from version 1.0 to 1.22
  7. 99%GitHub - dolthub/go-mysql-server: A MySQL-compatible relational database with a storage agnostic query engine. Implemented in pure Go.
  8. 98%The log/event processing pipeline you can't have
  9. 99%More powerful Go execution traces - The Go Programming Language
  10. 99%The One Billion Row Challenge in Go: from 1m45s to 4s in nine solutions
  11. 99%How I write HTTP services in Go after 13 years | Grafana Labs
  12. 96%What We Got Right, What We Got Wrong
  13. 98%Memory Safety is a Red Herring
  14. 99%Backend from the Beginning, Pt 1: Introduction, TCP, DNS, HTTP
  15. 99%Go, Containers, and the Linux Scheduler
  16. 98%Chasing the Myth of Zero-Overhead Memory Safety (plus pictures of mythical birds!)
  17. 99%Evolving the Game: A clientless streaming tool for reMarkable 2
  18. 99%Backward Compatibility, Go 1.21, and Go 2 - The Go Programming Language
  19. 99%Go 1.21 Release Notes - The Go Programming Language
  20. 99%Single Ownership and Memory Safety without Borrow Checking, Reference Counting, or Garbage Collection
  21. 99%Process huge log files – Madhur Ahuja
  22. 99%What Vale Taught Me About Linear Types, Borrowing, and Memory Safety
  23. 98%When the rubber duck talks back
  24. 99%Read it later the hard way
  25. 98%Observing and Understanding Backlog Queues in Linux | Kris Nóva
  26. 99%Building conc: Better structured concurrency for Go
  27. 98%I've fuzzed the Hashicorp's Vault API. Here are my findings (1) · m's blog
  28. 99%Karan Sharma | Writing a disk-based key-value store in Golang
  29. 96%So long, sync.Map
  30. 99%extending Go backward compatibility · Discussion #55090 · golang/go
  31. 99%What's Inside Of a Distroless Image - Taking a Deeper Look
  32. 99%Go 1.19 Release Notes - The Go Programming Language
  33. 93%Data Race Patterns in Go
  34. 95%Go vs C#, Part 3: Compiler, Runtime, Type System, Modules, and Everything Else
  35. 97%Goroutines Under The Hood - Blog by Osamh aloqaily
  36. 95%We Already Have Go 2
  37. 94%Lies we tell ourselves to keep using Golang
  38. 86%Release v2.5.0 · caddyserver/caddy
  39. 98%Retrofitting Async/Await in Go 1.18
  40. 99%Some mistakes Rust doesn't catch
  41. 99%Three ways of handling user input
  42. 98%Compiling a Go program into a native binary for Nintendo Switch™ - Ebiten
  43. 98%How WhatsApp scaled to 1 billion users with only 50 engineers
  44. 95%Geo Key Manager: Setting up a service for scale
  45. 99%Effective Go - The Go Programming Language
  46. 99%What Color is Your Function? – journal.stuffwithstuff.com
  47. 98%A nasty bit of undefined timezone behavior in Golang
  48. 99%There Are Many Ways To Safely Count
  49. 99%Taildrop was kind of easy, actually
  50. 97%I finally escaped Node (and you can too)
  51. 99%signalr · pkg.go.dev
  52. 99%Goroutines Are Not Significantly Smaller Than Threads
  53. 98%Why Discord is switching from Go to Rust
  54. 99%Go is not an easy language
  55. 99%GridProtectionAlliance/go2cs
  56. 99%Go 1.16 Release Notes - The Go Programming Language
  57. 91%Go (golang) Anonymous Functions - Inlining Code for Goroutines
  58. 96%Go (golang) WaitGroup - Signal that a Concurrent Operation is Complete
  59. 99%Design Draft: First Class Fuzzing
  60. 98%Go (golang) Goroutines - Running Functions Asynchronously
  61. 99%Go (golang) Error Handling - A Different Philosophy
  62. 98%Go (golang) defer - Making Sure Something Gets Done
  63. 97%Eleven Years of Go - The Go Blog
  64. 98%Rust vs Go — Bitfield Consulting
  65. 99%Go vs Rust: Writing a CLI tool
  66. 99%How we migrated Dropbox from Nginx to Envoy
  67. 98%OpenDiablo2/OpenDiablo2
  68. 99%Be Careful What You Benchmark
  69. 97%runtime: non-cooperative goroutine preemption · Issue #24543 · golang/go
  70. 97%The Zen of Go | Dave Cheney
  71. 99%dapr/dapr
  72. 98%Understanding real-world concurrency bugs in Go
  73. 99%Modern garbage collection