At Turret.IO, our stack includes software written in both Python and Go. While it’s relatively easy and efficient to deploy Python code that handles the website and API, shipping Go binaries isn’t nearly as elegant. Our initial methods involved deploying the source, compiling on each machine (since Go does compile incredibly fast), and startup scripts… Read more »
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We’ve released v1 of Golapa — an App Engine launch page written in Go that allows a web startup to begin building a mailing list of interested leads. Content is easily editable using the existing templates and CSS is generated using Sass.
turret.io relies on Go for a lot of its email handling. One thing we noticed during development was that while Go currently has support for a quoted printable decoder it didn’t have an encoder. This is surely not optimized yet and it also doesn’t implement Go’s native io.Writer interface, but it serves its purpose for now. It’s… Read more »