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Successful Go Program Design, 6 Years On
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| by Peter Bourgon Follow 0 Followers on Jul 13, 2016 |

Peter Bourgon discusses lessons learned from 6 years of professional Go development, highlighting the idioms, design patterns, and practices that have proven themselves at scale — and many that haven't. Bourgon presents recommendations on patterns and best practices for developing successful, scalable, and sustainable code using Go.

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Peter Bourgon is a engineer for Weaveworks. He previously worked on infrastructure, search, and distributed systems projects for SoundCloud, Oracle, and Bloomberg. Bourgon is the author of Go Kit, a toolkit for building microservices in Go.

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