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Google's Go Gets Faster

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jun 21, 2014 3

Go 1.3 has been released after almost 3 months of beta. The new version has no language changes over 1.2, but comes with several performance improvements, support for running command-line programs under Native-Client and several other enhancements.

Go Fourth and Grow

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 11, 2013 1

Go has celebrated its fourth open-source anniversary, and InfoQ looks back at where it came from and where it is going.

Go 1.1 Races Ahead (Safely)

by Jeff Martin on  Jun 26, 2013

Google's Go team has completed the release of Go 1.1.1 which brings to production status several new features in the language's libraries and toolset. Given the language's backward's compatibility, existing code can reap immediate benefits after a recompile.

Google's Go Readies 1.1 Release

by Jeff Martin on  Apr 11, 2013 1

Version 1.1 of Google's Go is in beta, and brings significant reported performance increases, new toolset & language features. It maintains backwards compatibility with Go 1.0 and in most cases a recompile is the only thing needed to take advantage of this release.

Go 1–The First Major Release of the Google Go Language

by Abel Avram on  Mar 29, 2012 3

Go has reached the first major release, Google promising it will be stable for the years to come. YouTube uses Go in their core infrastructure.

Google Adjusts GAE Pricing Terms Based on User Reaction

by Abel Avram on  Sep 13, 2011

Google has reacted to recent developments regarding the increase in GAE prices which took developers by surprise, making a number of adjustments to the pricing plan, the most important being: the new billing is delayed until November 1st and the number of free Instance-Hours is raised from 24/day to 28/day.

Google App Engine Price Rises Shock Developers

by Charles Humble on  Sep 05, 2011 7

Google has announced that its cloud computing service, App Engine, will officially lose its "preview" tag in the second half of September. At the same the company is raising prices, presumably in an effort to turn the product into another profit centre for the company.

Google App Engine Gets Support for Go

by Abel Avram on  Jul 26, 2011

Google added GAE support for Go with SDK 1.5.2. Developers can write and test Go applications locally on Linux and Mac OS X and run them on GAE.

Google App Engine 1.5.0 Released

by Alex Blewitt on  May 10, 2011

Google have announced that their Google App Engine will come out of preview status later this year, with a restructured fee policy for those who want to use it for larger deployments. In addition, the 1.5.0 release includes preview support for Go, the systems language created by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike and Ken Thompson.

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