Running Go on Azure App Services

At first I thought I was going to have to go something tricky - Wade Wegner has a great write up of one method here, but it turns Azure App Services have now added native Go support so we don’t need to set up Go on the server any more. The versions currently supported on the Azure App Service platform are 64bit Go 1.4.2 and Go 1.5.1 and it turns out to be super simple to get going. [Read More]
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Getting started with Go on Windows

I’m giving this Go-lang thing a whirl, turns out it’s dead easy to set up on Windows. First download and install Git if you don’t have it already - when using Go you’ll user a lot of open source! Next download and install the latest 64-bit Go MSI distributable from https://golang.org/dl. Run that hit next, next, next and let it set up all the defaults. Once that’s done open up the CMD and type go version if everything is running you should get something like go version go1. [Read More]
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