## FEATURED ## [Golang Internals: A Four Part Dive Into the Go Compiler](http://blog.altoros.com/golang-part-1-main-concepts-and-project-structure.html) A series of posts looking at how the Go compiler does its thing, looking at core concepts, typecasting, linking, and function metadata respectively. [Object Oriented Programming in Go](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRpUfjTwSOo) A recording of a recent live session given by William Kennedy, a Go trainer, on doing object oriented style programming with Go, even though it’s not specifically an OO language. [Creating Fakes in Go with Channels](http://blog.codeship.com/creating-fakes-in-go-with-channels/) Fakes are a common testing technique that involve creating a bare implementation of an interface that you can use in testing. [GXUI: An Experimental Cross Platform UI Library](https://github.com/google/gxui) Still at an early stage and written by a couple of Googlers as an experiment, they now want to see if it can grow into something better. [Why Go Resonates with BDD Creator Dan North](https://www.voxxed.com/blog/2015/03/why-go-resonates-with-bdd-creator-dan-north/) “From a developer perspective, it’s a very nice language. If you’re a purist, of course, it’s dreadful.” [Go Report Card: Get a Report on Go Code in a GitHub Project](http://goreportcard.com/) A Gopher Gala Hackathon project that takes a GitHub URL, scans the Go code in that repository, and reports on its ‘quality’. ## IN BRIEF ## [A Brian Kernighan Co-Authored Go Book is Under Development](http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Language-Addison-Wesley-Professional-Computing/dp/0134190440/) [HTML Forms and Go](http://blog.saush.com/2015/03/18/html-forms-and-go/) ['continue' Statements with Labels](http://relistan.com/continue-statement-with-labels-in-go/) [Quick-and-Dirty Debugging in Golang](http://changelog.ca/log/2015/03/09/golang) [Embracing the Standard Library](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZp2WWorKO4) [A Few Notes On Choosing Between Go and D for a Quick Project](http://email@example.com) [gosrc.org: Like godoc.org But With Cross References and More](https://sourcegraph.com/.godoc) [Cloud GoX: A Go Cross-Compiler in the Cloud](https://github.com/jpillora/cloud-gox) You can deploy your own version to Heroku too. [gorpc: Simple, Fast and Scalable RPC Library for High Load](https://github.com/valyala/gorpc) [Media: For Building Audio Applications with Go](https://bitbucket.org/weberc2/media/) So far it’s just support for media decoding via mpg123 and playback via libao. [Collaborative Apps with Go at Citrix](https://www.firebase.com/blog/2015-03-17-collaborative-go-apps-at-citrix.html) [go-resources: Unfancy Resource Embedding for Go Webapps](https://github.com/omeid/go-resources) [cc: A Cross-Platform C Compiler Being Written in Go](https://github.com/andrewchambers/cc) An in-progress hobby project.