Next steps toward Go 2

We’re well on the way towards the release of Go 1.13, hopefully in early August of this year. This is the first release that will include concrete changes to the language (rather than just minor adjustments to the spec), after a longer moratorium on any such changes.

Go 1.13 is released
Today the Go team is very happy to announce the release of Go 1.13. You can get it from the download…
Module Mirror and Checksum Database Launched
We are excited to share that our module mirror, index, and checksum database are now production ready!…
Migrating to Go Modules
This post is part 2 in a series. See part 1 — Using Go Modules.
Contributors Summit 2019
For the third year in a row, the Go team and contributors convened the day before GopherCon to discuss…
Experiment, Simplify, Ship
[This is the blog post version of my talk last week at Gophercon 2019. We will add a video link to the…
Why Generics?
[This is a version of a talk presented at Gophercon 2019. Video link to follow when available.]
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