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Golang UK Conference 2015 - Evan Huus  - Complex Concurrency Patterns with Go
There is a lot of power available through Go's concurrency primitives, but they are still just that: primitives. Typical examples of channel and goroutine usage show pipelines and worker pools, but real applications are rarely that simple. Production systems can easily end up with hundreds of goroutines running dozens of interdependent functions; reasoning about the resulting interactions is not easy. Shopify's Sarama library is an open-source fat client for LinkedIn's Kafka project. It is heavily concurrent, making use of Go’s concurrency primitives to build several complex patterns, including fanout-and-shuffle among others. This talk will cover some of the patterns used in Sarama, including the challenges faced, problems overcome, and trade-offs made. Sarama has been running in production for nearly a year and a half across Shopify's infrastructure, processing hundreds of millions of messages per day.
Views: 9465 GopherCon UK
Unit testing in Golang
Explained how to do unit testing in golang
Views: 1428 Dharmbir Singh
GopherFest 2015: Rob Pike on the move from C to Go in the toolchain
Don’t miss the next DataEngConf in Barcelona: https://dataeng.co/2O0ZUq7 Don’t miss the next DataEngConf in San Francisco: https://dataeng.co/2HUkoxN
Views: 24876 Data Council
40889 Go micro with Microservices | Mariusz Gil | IPC Spring 2017
Mariusz Gil (Source Ministry): Microservices … New architectural style oriented on splitting monolithic codebase into set of small and independent applications built around specific business needs. Microservices might be very useful in some situations, but they also can introduce set of new problems to be solved, from designing to communication between microservices in production environment. During this session I’m going to introduce core concepts of microservices architecture, possible implementations using PHP, deployment strategies and running application in production environment. You will learn also about patterns in microservices world, building blocks for your next complex projects … All topics will be presented in code, on real PHP 7 application powered by microservices.
Golang UK Conference 2016 - Marcel van Lohuizen - Advanced Testing Concepts
Go 1.7 introduces the Run method to tests and benchmarks in the testing package. These innocently looking methods enable a wide range of functionality as often seen in other testing frameworks, but staying true to Go's design principles. This talk will cover how to use the Run methods for setup and teardown, dynamic tests, exerting fine control over parallelism, programmatically creating benchmarks, and selecting subtests and sub-benchmarks on the command line, among other things.
Views: 1511 GopherCon UK
Top 10 Programming languages you must learn in 2018 & 2019
In this Video, you will learn about the top 10 programming languages you need to study in 2018 and 2019. I have ranked these programming languages from various surveys and StackOverflow programming languages of 2017 I teach about UI UX Design to more than 25K students All UI UX Design and Freelancing Courses $10 discount link Adobe XD - Design, Prototype & Collaborate with Developers http://bit.ly/adobexd10 UI Design with Photoshop course http://bit.ly/uidesigncours Typography for Designers & Developers - Don't suck at design (video course) http://bit.ly/typographycourse Workflow of Modern Web Design - From Sketching, Style Guide, Wireframes and Prototype http://bit.ly/workflow10 Design Launcher App icons for IOS and Android Devices http://bit.ly/icondesign10 Ultimate Freelancing guide for Designers and Developers http://bit.ly/freelanceahsan UX Design for Beginners - Design User Friendly experiences http://bit.ly/uxbegin11 --------------------------------------------------------- Facebook Page→ https://www.facebook.com/learnuxid --------------------------------------------------------- Website Link → http://learnuxid.com
Views: 223 LearnUXID
code.talks 2017 - Go on Kubernetes from scratch (Tobias Schwab)
Go on Kubernetes from scratch Speaker: Tobias Schwab (Founder @ PhraseApp) Track: Live Coding
GopherCon 2015: Dmitry Vyukov - Go Dynamic Tools
Dynamic tools can provide significant value for small time investment. But frequently they are underappreciated by developers. In this talk I will describe three dynamic tools for Go: data race detector, fuzzing system and execution tracer. The first two tools are related to bug finding, and the tracer can give insights into performance and latency issues of Go programs. I will also share our experiences of systematically applying such tools at scale.
Views: 6958 Gopher Academy
How to style elements in React.
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Views: 5580 Chris Hawkes
State of golang.org/x/text
A Google TechTalk, 11/30/17, presented by Marcel van Lohuizen. Gophers Zürich Meetup https://www.meetup.com/Zurich-Gophers/ Includes images by: - History Channels (A&E Networks) ([1].) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons - Gophers by Renée French
Views: 4112 GoogleTechTalks
Build an Electron App in Under 60 Minutes
In this video we will build a desktop application using Electron.js which allows us to build desktop apps using only JavaScript. We will build a minimal shopping list app with a custom menu and multiple windows and implement Materialize CSS for styling. We will also publish the app to a Windows .exe file using the Electron Packager. CODE: Code for this project https://github.com/bradtraversy/electronshoppinglist PACKAGER TUTORIAL PAGE: https://www.christianengvall.se/electron-packager-tutorial/ ICON PAGE: http://www.iconarchive.com/show/real-vista-business-icons-by-iconshock/shopping-cart-icon.html BECOME A PATRON: Show support & get perks! http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia ONE TIME DONATIONS: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia COURSES & MORE INFO: http://www.traversymedia.com FOLLOW TRAVERSY MEDIA: http://www.facebook.com/traversymedia http://www.twitter.com/traversymedia http://www.instagram.com/traversymedia NEED WEB HOSTING? https://inmotion-hosting.evyy.net/c/396530/260033/4222 NEW DISCORD CHAT SERVER: https://discord.gg/traversymedia
Views: 279305 Traversy Media
My Code Editor: Atom, Setup & Packages
I've gotten this question so much lately that it's time to make a video about it. Let's look at my current favorite code editor, my setup and packages that I use. - - - This video was sponsored by the DevTips Patron Community - https://www.patreon.com/DevTips Listen to Travis' Podcast - http://www.travandlos.com/ Get awesomeness emailed to you every thursday - http://travisneilson.com/notes You should follow DevTips on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DevTipsShow
Views: 612748 DevTips
Golang UK Conference 2017 | Guido Patanella - Go routines optimization
Go routines can become the star or the bottleneck of your application. Learn how to select the best approach for reaching efficient concurrency by analyzing bottlenecks related to go-routines, comparing resource utilization, locks, queuing and sequential processing.
Views: 2592 GopherCon UK
Hola Mundo En Golang
En este vídeo les muestro como instalar, configurar y un Hola Mundo con el lenguaje Go. Como la palabra Go es muy genérica, este lenguaje de programación también es conocido como Golang, fue desarrollado por Google y muchos mas colaboradores ya que es Open Source, es distribuido bajo la licencia BSD-style license. No te pierdas esta serie de vídeos sobre el lenguaje Go, te invito a seguir mi trabajo por medio de mis redes sociales y mi blog. Facebook --- www.facebook.com/PsdaDev Twitter -- twitter.com/PsdaDev Blog -- www.in-start.com/psdadev/ Instagram -- www.instagram.com/edgar.psda/
Views: 224 PsdaDev
Introduction to GO (GOlang) / Geert-Johan Riemer / Sanoma Tech Talks #29
Geert-Johan gives an introduction for programming in GO. Sanoma's meetup event with talks about technology, media, development, etc. On the agenda: - Detecting buying intent and fashion taste with Machine Learning - Introduction to GOlang - Advanced SSH Authentication - Image Recognition classifying flower types
Views: 70 Sanoma Technology
The Go Language (slides only)
The Go Language (golang.org) has been getting increasingly popular recently. Come get a summary of what makes Go different and exciting, and why you might care. Brad, who has worked on the Go team for 5 years, will also cover some Go history and where the project is going next. Author: Brad Fitzpatrick Brad Fitzpatrick works on the Go programming language at Google. Brad is previously known for memcached, OpenID, LiveJournal, and his work on load balancers (Perlbal, Gearman) and storage (MogileFS, Camlistore). Once a polyglot, Brad switched to Go almost exclusively about 5 years ago.
Views: 370 Parleys
Writing NES Games! With Assembly!!
I’d like to take you on a stroll down memory lane and dig into the internals of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) to figure out how it works. While we’re there, we’ll see how to build a game for the NES using 6502 assembly with the help of a few modern tools. We’ll gain a new respect for ’80s developers and an appreciation for the high-level languages we have today! EVENT: !!Con 2017 SPEAKER: Christian Joudrey PERMISSIONS: The original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbS7uEsHV_A
Views: 286354 Coding Tech
Google I/O 2012 - Meet the Go Team
Andrew Gerrand , Rob Pike The Go programming language is an open source project to make programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. It's a fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language. In this fireside chat, Have your Go questions answered by the gophers themselves. For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to https://developers.google.com/io/
Views: 40493 Google Developers
#UTGO - Build your own monitoring dashboard with Graphite, Statsd, & Grafana
Utah Golang User Group Presents- Learn the basics of building your own metrics and monitoring system using 100% open source technologies: • Graphite for time series data storage • Grafana for beautiful visualization of your metrics data • Statsdaemon for easy and flexible aggregation settings for your time-series data Combine these technologies together and you have an extremely powerful and flexible monitoring system that you can build on. We will go over the basic setup of each of these techs and how you can implement good stat gathering for your Go apps, including memory and garbage collection metrics.
Views: 10122 Utah Golang User Group
Google I/O 2010 - Go Programming
Google I/O 2010 - Go Programming Tech Talks Rob Pike, Russ Cox The Go Programming Language was released as an open source project in late 2009. This session will illustrate how programming in Go differs from other languages through a set of examples demonstrating features particular to Go. These include concurrency, embedded types, methods on any type, and program construction using interfaces. Very little time will be spent waiting for compilation. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to http://code.google.com/events/io/2010/sessions.html
Views: 95237 Google Developers
Nate Barbettini – API Throwdown: RPC vs REST vs GraphQL, Iterate 2018
From Iterate Conference 2018 (https://iterateconf.io) and speaker Nate Barbettini (https://twitter.com/nbarbettini): Choosing an API design style can be downright daunting. The RPC vs. REST debate has raged for years, and now there's a new kid on the block: GraphQL. Which is right for your application? I'll demystify these API styles in clear terms and help you decide how to design your API.
Views: 5488 Okta for Developers
Golang UK Conference 2016 - Bryan Boreham - An Actor Model in Go
The actor model makes it easier to reason about the behaviour of concurrent systems. Languages such as Erlang and Scala provide actor support as standard, but it can be added to your Go programs with just a little care. This talk will cover A basic description of the actor model Different styles of implementation of actors in Go Limitations of Go compared to an ideal actor model Experience from actors as used in Weave Net, the Open Source container network written in Go
Views: 4074 GopherCon UK
Coding in style - How to name a function - Episode 11
As we’ve seen in the previous episodes, the variables are the nouns of our code. Similarly, the functions are the verbs. They show an action. To check if a function name is good, you can have a chat with it: “Hey function, whatcha doing?” And the function should be able to reply: “I [function name]” Watch the video to learn more about how to name a function. Check here the other episodes that were mentioned in the video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN0awZ4x6l21FaclBa0UUeQ Learn more about the topic: https://www.udemy.com/coding-in-style
Building A Website Using Hugo
Today in my series of building a website for $12, we are going to go into actually using the static site generator Hugo to build one. I am going to walk you through step by step to install, build and render out a website. Website ▶ https://ChrisStayte.com Blog ▶ https://blog.chrisstayte.com Twitter ▶ http://www.twitter.com/ChrisStayte GitHub ▶ https://goo.gl/XMsQCS Music ▶ Early - DJ Quads
Views: 7055 Chris Stayte
Step-by-Step Developing Web Apps using Go(Lang) Part #1 : Basic Server
This video tutorial will help to write Go Lang Starters to create a Basic Web Server which serves a couple of test pages. Using net/http package we can initiate a server which can Listen to the given ip/domain and port number Please try following the steps Step #1: Directory Structure Step #2: Setting Environment Variables Step #3: ListenAndServe Step #4: Handling URL Params
Views: 8092 GoLang
The Go Programming Language
Google Tech Talks October 30, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Rob Pike What is Go? Go is a new experimental systems programming language intended to make software development fast. Our goal is that a major Google binary should be buildable in a few seconds on a single machine. The language is concurrent, garbage-collected, and requires explicit declaration of dependencies. Simple syntax and a clean type system support a number of programming styles. For more on Go including FAQs, source code, libraries, and tutorials, please see: http://golang.org
Views: 379767 GoogleTechTalks
Visual Studio Code, No Syntax Coloring, Go Fonts
In this video, I show you how to turn off syntax coloring and use the proportional Go font in Visual Studio Code. This will help you pretend to be Rob Pike...though I doubt he uses VS Code. ;-) go-no-syntax-highlight https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ccirello.go-no-syntax-highlight Go Fonts https://blog.golang.org/go-fonts The Go gopher was designed by Renee French. Brian Muramatsu
Views: 2356 Brian Muramatsu
How to Install Go on Ubuntu 16.04
Go is a modern programming language developed at Google. It is increasingly popular for many applications and at many companies, and offers a robust set of libraries. It is a compiled, statically typed language in the tradition of Algol and C, with garbage collection, limited structural typing, memory safety features and CSP-style concurrent programming features added. Commands: cd ~ curl -O https://storage.googleapis.com/golang/go1.6.linux-amd64.tar.gz tar xvf go1.6.linux-amd64.tar.gz sudo chown -R root:root ./go sudo mv go /usr/local sudo nano ~/.profile source ~/.profile Test: mkdir $HOME/work mkdir -p work/src/github.com/user/hello nano ~/work/src/github.com/user/hello/hello.go package main import "fmt" func main() { fmt.Printf("hello, world\n") } go install github.com/user/hello hello which hello ---------------------- music by Jeff Kaale: soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale Instagram : www.instagram.com/jeffkaale/ You can always Deploy an SSD cloud server in 55 seconds with Digitalocean. Anyone how use this link will receive $10 in hosting credit immediately after unlocking their account by adding a valid payment method. Sign Up with this link https://m.do.co/c/7b9082af029f
Views: 2874 NixInPix
Qt for WebAssembly {showcase}
Qt for WebAssembly lets you build Qt applications for web browsers. Code once, deploy everywhere - even on the web! What is WebAssembly? WebAssembly is a bytecode format intended to be executed in a web browser. This allows an application to be deployed to a device with a compliant web browser without going through any explicit installation steps. The application will be running inside a secure sandbox in the web browser, making it appropriate for applications that do not need full access to the device capabilities, but benefits from a swift and uncomplicated installation process. With Qt 5.11 we are releasing a technology preview of our Qt for WebAssembly port, allowing you to try out running Qt applications directly inside the browser window. Read more about Qt for WebAssembly on our blog: http://blog.qt.io/blog/2018/04/23/beta-qt-webassembly-technology-preview/
Views: 7361 Qt
Applied Go Quick Bits 001: go fmt
Go fmt your code! The fmt tool is often underestimated, yet it helps tremendously understanding each other's code much easier. Check out why you should have your code properly formatted. This is an excerpt from my upcoming Go course at https://appliedgo.com - hop over and register for the waiting list to get updated when the course launches! See also: Applied Go Blog at https://appliedgo.net Applied Go Courses at https://appliedgo.com Thank you for watching!
Views: 452 AppliedGo
Functional Programming is Terrible
Rúnar Bjarnason loves functional programming, but here he plays devil's advocate and addresses some of its shortcomings. (Don't worry, there's a happy ending). ** Scala training from NewCircle: https://newcircle.com/category/scala http://nescala.org/
Views: 217680 InfoQ
Travis CI Tutorial - How to Use Travis CI with Github for Continuous Integration
Learn more advanced front-end and full-stack development at: https://www.fullstackacademy.com David Reeve talks about Continuous Integration, development flow, and using Travis CI with GitHub. In this 10 minute tutorial, David explains the basics of Continuous Integration. He explains in depth the process of integrating a small GitHub repository with Travis CI as well as running the build process and any tests whenever a new pull request is made. This tutorial will have you learning about Continuous Integration's ability to protect your code and how you can utilize this powerful paradigm in just a few clicks.
Views: 41084 Fullstack Academy
Architectures for a kickass WebRTC application
The signaling piece for WebRTC isn't as complicated as it sounds but you do have some choices. Node.js seems to be the default framework for many, but there are others as well, and that's even before we fight over WebSocket, XHR & XMPP. This short talk should give you some ideas to think about.
Views: 15609 Google Developers
The Go Programming Language Guide - Code Like a Pro
The Go Programming Language Guide: Code Like a Pro: - https://www.eduonix.com/courses/Software-Development/the-go-programming-language-guide-code-like-a-pro?coupon_code=EDU11 Go programming language is a system programming language and includes garbage collection, safety features and CSP-style concurrent programming features.
Introduction to Communicating Sequential Processes(CSP)
This video is made as a part of Theory of Computations course at the Innopolis University. It is about an extraordinary research paper "Communicating Sequential Processes" by Tony Hoare published in 1978. Video in better quality is available at: https://www.powtoon.com/online-presentation/bQ5ayQQAWia/communicating-sequential-processescsp/?mode=movie#/ Useful materials: "Communicating Sequential Processes", research paper by Dr. Tony Hoare. This is a link to the Google Scholar DB which has a PDF of the paper. https://scholar.google.ru/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C5&q=communicating+sequential+processes "A Guide to Communicating Sequential Processes" by Shan S. Kuo, Michael H. Linck, Sohrab Saadat. The good book introducing the concepts and including many good examples of the CSP. You can find it on google. Electronic version of the CSP book (http://www.usingcsp.com/) by Dr. Tony Hoare that according to the website owners may be copied, printed, and distributed free of charge Made by Kuzma Leshakov
Views: 4324 abletopretend
Go Lang Installation and Configuration on Ubuntu Linux
Go Lang Installation and Configuration on Ubuntu Linux
Views: 12819 VJ ChecksOut
Rethinking Errors: Learning from Scala and Go
Bruce Eckel C++ brought exceptions to mainstream programming; Java goes further with checked exceptions. But are exceptions the one way to report all errors? Scala and Go suggest there is more than one kind of error, so there should be more than one
Views: 2385 Next Day Video
Harnessing The Power of Abstract Syntax Trees by Jamund Ferguson
A lot of us came to JavaScript without a strong background in computer science. Ever find yourself recoiling in fear when someone starts talking about algorithms? It turns out when building websites we don't often have to reach to these concepts to be successful. Despite this the past few years have definitely taught me that computer science has a lot to offer UI programmers. From Angular embracing dependency injection and the React world with its Immutable objects and Dom-diffing techniques, it turns out computer science has a lot to teach UI developers. One concept that's been the most influential in the last few years of JS tooling is the abstract syntax tree. Abstract syntax trees are everywhere. They power the JS in your browsers. They're in your minifiers. They're in your linters. They power webpack and browserify and babel and so many other tools that make up the modern web stack. And you've probably never heard of them before. Let me show you how abstract syntax trees work. We'll look at some simple examples of linters and custom webpack loaders and help you envision the power that trees can bring into your programs, so you can take advantage of their potential. In ESLint each rule is passed in an abstract syntax tree, which the rule then analyzes to look for mistakes. The tree is something like giant JavaScript object literal that represents your program. Using tools like Esprima and Acorn we can convert code into an AST, transform it and then convert is back into code again. Come join me on an exciting journey down the AST rabbit hole and never program the same way again. About Jamund Ferguson: Hi, I'm Jamund. I'm a UI Engineer at PayPal. Github: xjamundx Twitter: @xjamundx
Views: 6458 UtahJS
Conhecendo Go
Minha primeira apresentação sobre Go. Me desculpem por não estar desde o início, ela foi iniciada em uma conferência. A apresentação esta no GitHub: https://github.com/gerep/conhecendo-go Golang Presenter: https://godoc.org/golang.org/x/tools/present
Views: 126 Daniel Gerep
Upspin and a future of the Internet My vision of Rob Pike's Upspin as a basis for a decentralized I…
Upspin and a future of the Internet My vision of Rob Pike's Upspin as a basis for a decentralized Internet by Gildas Chabot At: FOSDEM 2018 Room: H.1308 (Rolin) Scheduled start: 2018-02-03 12:30:00+01
Views: 1092 FOSDEM
2. What is Domain Driven Design?
Strategic Design Explained: https://youtu.be/Evers5npkmE Tactical Design Explained: https://youtu.be/WZb-FPmiuMY How do you start designing microservices? The answer is Domain Driven Design. In this tutorial, I go through "What is Domain Driven Design?" and high-level overview of what it provides us. Domain Driven Design is well respected in developers community and the best way to start designing a microservices architecture. It's a thought. It's OOP done right. This lecture is a part of crash course on "Mastering the art of designing Microservices Architecture". For full crash course follow: https://goo.gl/qvupqc This crash course is a part of an 8 crash course series called ""Complete Guide To Creating Scalable Backend Infrastructures". The intro to complete series can be found here: https://youtu.be/BLMs_NITgSw Please like, subscribe and share for spreading the love of learning. Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/getalphacode/ https://twitter.com/helloansh
Views: 29734 Alpha Code
Build A Travel Agency Theme With Materialize CSS 1.0.0
Add MailTag to Chrome: http://go.mailtag.io/7ubwpEqi In this video we will build a travel agency website theme using Materialize CSS 1.0 WITHOUT jQuery. We will utilize plugins like Scrollspy, Material Box, Slider and Sidenav using only the Materialize JavaScript and vanilla JS. Codepen: https://codepen.io/bradtraversy/pen/pLGzdg Full Theme With Images: http://traversymedia.com/downloads/travelville.zip Complete Materialize CSS Course: https://www.udemy.com/materialize-css-from-scratch-with-5-projects/?couponCode=TRAVERSYMEDIA 💖 Become a Patron: Show support & get perks! http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia Follow Traversy Media: http://www.facebook.com/traversymedia http://www.twitter.com/traversymedia http://www.instagram.com/traversymedia
Views: 60836 Traversy Media
CppCon 2016: Herb Sutter “Leak-Freedom in C++... By Default.”
http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/cppcon/cppcon2016 — Lifetime safety means writing code that, by construction, is guaranteed to eliminate two things: (a) use of null/dangling pointers (including pointerlike things such as references, iterators, views, and ranges), and (b) leaks (including the rare 1% case where we’re tempted to admit the possibility of an ownership cycle or need to support lock-free concurrent data structures). Last year, my CppCon 2015 talk “Writing Good C++14… By Default” focused on (a), null/dangling, because it's the more difficult and usually more serious problem. I gave an overview of a new approach of using static analysis rules to eliminate use of null and dangling in C++. That work continues and we’re in the process of writing down the formal rules for the approach that I showed last year. This year, the focus will be on (b), leaks: The talk aims to begin with a set of simple rules, the “5-minute talk” to demonstrate that a handful of rules can be taught broadly to programmers of all levels, and results in code that is clean and free of leak bugs by construction. But, since we’ll still have 85 minutes left, we can use the time to spelunk through a series of “Appendix” code examples, in which we'll demonstrate "why and how" to apply those rules to a series of increasingly complex/difficult situations, and that are aimed at increasingly advanced and “clever” (note: not always a good thing) programs and programmers. We’ll address questions such as: How should we represent Pimpl types? How should we represent trees – what should the child and parent pointer types be, and (when) should they be unique and when shared? How should we deal with “intra-module” or “encapsulated” cycles when you control all the objects in the cycle, such as all the nodes within a Graph? And what about “inter-module” or “compositional” cycles when you don’t know in advance about all the objects that could be in the cycle, such as when combining libraries written by different people in a way that may or may not respect proper layering (notoriously, using callbacks can violate layering)? The answers focus on cases where we have solid guidance, and then move toward some more experimental approaches for potentially addressing the ~1% of cases that aren’t yet well covered by unique_ptr, shared_ptr, and weak_ptr. — Herb Sutter Software architect, Microsoft Author, chair of the ISO C++ committee, software architect at Microsoft. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 89363 CppCon
The History of Unix, Rob Pike
The history of Unix as seen through the eyes of Rob Pike. You will get an insider's view of the development of some of the key pieces of the modern computing world.
Views: 40295 Stephanie Borgman
I/O BootCamp 2011: Real World Go
Speakers: Andrew Gerrand One year after its launch, the Go Programming Language has made its way into the hearts and minds of thousands of programmers around the world. In this session, find out how and where Go is being used today.
Views: 26239 Google Developers
Get to grips with asyncio in Python 3 - Robert Smallshire
Python 3.4 provisionally introduced an asyncio, providing infrastructure for futures, tasks, protocols, transports and pluggable event loops in the Python Standard Library. Python 3.5 introduced the async and await keywords abstracting away the underlying coroutine mechanism on which asyncio is constructed, providing syntactic sugar for this new style of programming. Python 3.6 provides further language support for asynchronous programming with async comprehensions and async generators. In this session we explore what asyncio is, and demonstrate how to use it to to best effect to solve concurrency problems in Python, including advice on how to best approach testing of asynchronous Python code. NDC Conferences https://ndc-london.com https://ndcconferences.com
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Installing Go on Windows 10 with Scoop (apt-get) in 3 Minutes
In this video, we will show you how to install Go Programming Language on Windows 10 with Scoop (apt-get). As you know, Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Go is recognizably in the tradition of C, but makes many changes to improve brevity, simplicity, and safety. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction. Scoop is a command-line installer for Windows. It looks like apt-get on Ubuntu / Debian or Homebrew on Mac OS X, so that Scoop helps you get the programs you need, with a minimal amount of point-and-clicking. And these are some steps to install Go on Windows 10 with Scoop: STEP #1 » Open Windows Powershell. STEP #2 » Run these commands to install Scoop. $ set-executionpolicy remotesigned -s cu → Choose Y $ iex (new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://get.scoop.sh') $ scoop help STEP #3 » Install Go with Scoop. $ scoop search go $ scoop install go $ go --help That's all. Additionally, these are 5 reasons why you need to use Go for next projects: 1. Go is Multi-platform → It has plenty of built-in language features that enable easy cross-platform development. First of all, you need to be aware of what you already have at your disposal built into the language in a standard library. 2. Go is free → Go was created at Google by Rob Pike, Robert Griesemer, and Ken Thompson and then released as an open-source project in 2009. 3. Git is fast → As many Gophers point out, Golang has the speed of a compiled language, but the feel of an interpreted language. So you can write the code fast, and even faster compilation speeds allow for a rapid feedback style. 4. Go is Modern → Modern tasks require modern solutions. Golang was created with cloud computing in mind, which will arguably define the future of the tech world. Moreover, it was designed considering the possibilities opened by modern hardware architectures and the needs of our age computing problems. 5. Go is Safe → In Go, every variable must have a type associated with it, so a developer has to be meticulous and can’t skip details which might then lead to bugs. Thank you for watching our video tutorial. ● More Scoop Video Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAGai5JYZMf7-u9N7AmDtt4_ceRep356y ● Installing Scoop on Windows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pj1PaZMzMz0&index=1&list=PLAGai5JYZMf7-u9N7AmDtt4_ceRep356y ● Subscribe Ding Tuts Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH7IUZ91dvmoShL-7ntvWOQ
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