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Go (Golang): The Unsung Hero In The SEO’s Toolkit

Explore the Go programming language for automated SEO tasks, see its benefits compared to other languages, and run/build your program with this code in both Go and Python.

Go is a young language compared to a language like Python, born in 2007.

It has incredible features such as fast execution speed compared to interpreted languages.

It excels in handling concurrency, making it one of the best choices among other languages.

It is easy to scale and has a great community supporting it.

As a technical SEO/SEO developer who develops various tools for automating the SEO process, one of the key points is being fast and efficient in developing and shipping code without complexity.

In these situations, Go (Golang) shines as bright as the sun.

SEO Automation

When it comes to SEO automation , there are many ways to structure the whole project.

You can write your entire app in a single language and package, or you can split your app into microservices/serverless functions and write each service using the language that performs best for it.

If you are working on a simple automation task, this isn’t your concern.

However, as the project grows, you may encounter productivity bottlenecks as an SEO developer.

Who Is An SEO Developer?

When you search to know more about SEO developers, you’ll find some sources that refer to SEO developers as front-end engineers who know about SEO .

However, we know that in an ideal website structure, the app front-end only serves as a shell for the app, not the data.

A back-end engineer is responsible for retrieving the data and returning it to the app’s front end.

The front-end is responsible for creating components with SEO in mind, such as headings, setting titles, meta descriptions, etc.

Furthermore, there are technical SEO experts who also code.

With all these statements in mind, some of us are SEO developers.

Go, JavaScript, and Python: Choose The Right Hammer Based On The Nail

As SEO pros, most of us use Python as the primary language for coding.

With Python, we can perform data analysis on our data, create charts, code web applications using frameworks like Flask, and instantly get a package that crawls the entire site for us, etc. Python is our Swiss Army knife that allows us to do anything.

But what if a new language could help us improve our productivity in some of these tasks?

There are different ways to compare these languages, including their type system, how they handle concurrency, etc.

Before anything else, I assume you are an SEO developer who knows Python/JS.

If you are new to coding as an SEO , Python is the better choice for you in most cases, rather than learning JS or Go.

Below is my preference for the task: each language can better serve me as an SEO professional:

  • Python : Analyzing data and performing ML-related tasks.
  • JavaScript : Writing Apps Script, working with Google Tag Manager as an advanced user. Interested in front-end development.
  • Go (Golang) : Developing web applications. Interested in back-end development.

Let’s become more familiar with the Go language.

If you are reading this section, you’ve decided to learn Go as your new coding language.

Let’s briefly look at Go’s history.

Go was developed by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson at Google in 2007 and launched as an open-source programming language in 2009.

It’s interesting to know that it was inspired by Python (created in the late 1980s) for its simplicity.

Go Is A Compiled Language

Besides the fact that compiled languages are faster in execution than interpreted languages, when I code in Python and want to execute it on another machine, I find myself struggling to obtain the packages, resolve package conflicts, and so on.

However, with Go, I can easily build the code on my non-Linux machine for the Linux machine where I intend to run the code.

Then, I use the “scp” command-line tool to copy the executable to the Linux machine.

Go Has A Fabulous Standard Library

One of the amazing aspects of Go is that you can explore its standard library.

If you want to make a request, instead of downloading the “requests” package in Python, you can use the built-in package.

Similarly, if you want to create a web server, you can do it without installing any additional packages. In many cases, you only need to consult the Go standard library to find a solution for your problem.

When we say Go is fast, we can assess its speed from various perspectives. Here are some of these aspects:

  • Because of its simplicity, you can have a nice and fast development experience.
  • It’s an effective garbage collection that manages the memory for you.
  • Concurrency is one of the things that Go is famous for, and it’s easy to set up (unlike Python).
  • Since Go is a compiled language, you get relatively faster code execution compared to interpreted languages.

What Are The Tools For Coding Go?

There are several options for coding in Go. Below, you can see a list of these tools:

  • Visual Studio Code (VS Code) – Free.
  • GoLand – Paid.
  • Vim/Neovim – Free.

Personally, I code in GoLand, but with the IdeaVim plugin that brings Vim motions to my IDE and makes my life easier.

If you want to use VS Code, install the official Go plugin for it. If you prefer Vim/Neovim, don’t forget to install Go LSP.

How To Install Go

You can easily follow the instructions the Go website provides to install Go based on your operating system.

How To Write Hello World In Go

Let’s GO.

After installing the Go language on your computer and verifying that it’s installed, create a folder wherever you want and name it “hello-go.”

Then, on your terminal or Windows Subsystem for Linux, use the “cd” command to navigate to the folder you created.

Since you have installed Go, you can now access the Go command line on your machine.

In your command line, execute the “ go mod init hello ” command.

This command will create a “go.mod” file, which declares the module name, the required Go version, package dependencies, and more.

If you don’t understand it yet, don’t worry – take the time to learn it without stopping at this moment. If you’re familiar with Poetry for your Python projects, they have some similarities.

Now let’s create a file to write our code in and name it “hello.go.” If you are creating the file using your terminal, you can run the command “ touch hello.go “.

Let’s open our text editor/IDE to write our first Go code. Below, you can see the code, and then I will explain it to you.

package main import "fmt" func main() { fmt.Println("Hello GO!") }

There Are Different Elements To Consider About The Above Code

  • Package name : We named it “main” to indicate that this is our main package in Go.
  • Import statement : Similar to Python, we imported the “fmt” package from the standard library, which is used for formatted I/O.
  • Main function : This serves as the entry point for Go to run our program.

Maybe now you are asking yourself, “Alireza said Go is easy, and what are the hacks above? Python is simpler, etc.”

There are typically some differences between Python and Go, but at this moment, let’s consider that we write our functions outside the main function and then call them inside the main function.

When Go wants to run our program, it knows it must run the main function. So, if there is a call to another function, it goes and runs it.

If you are familiar with languages like C, the above code will be much more familiar to you.

How To Run/Build Our Program In Go

After coding our program, we need to run it to see “Hello GO!” as the output. To do this, we run the command “ go run hello.go ” in the command line.

As you can see, we have our output.

As I mentioned, Go compiles our code and is not similar to Python, which uses an interpreter. Therefore, we can obtain an executable file and run it!

When we use the “go run” command, it creates the executable file on the fly and runs it without saving it. However, by executing the “go build hello.go” command, we obtain our executable file as output with the same name as the file we passed to “go build.”

After running “ go build hello.go ” we should have a “hello” file as the output, which is an executable file. We can run it from the terminal using the “ ./hello ” command.

Python Code Equivalent In Go Code

Now that we know the basics let’s look at creating a variable, a for loop, making an HTTP request, etc.

Below, I will write both Python code (which I assume you are familiar with) and the equivalent code in Go for a better understanding.

The project “ Golang for Node.js Developers ” inspired me to write in this way. I also created a project called “ Go for Python Developers ” with as many examples as possible for me, so don’t miss it.

Let’s GO!

mutable_variable = 2 CONST_VARIABLE = 3.14 # There isn't a way to define a constant variable in Python a, b = 1, "one" # Declaring two mutable variables at once

var mutableVariable int = 2 const ConstVariable float = 3.14 var a, b = 1, "one" // Go automatically assigns types to each variable (type inferred), so you can't change them later.

Besides that, the above example shows you how you can create variables in Go.

You can also see the different ways of naming variables in Go and Python, as well as the various ways of leaving a comment.

string_var = "Hello Python!" integer_var = 2 float_var = 3.14 boolean_var = True

var string_var string = "Hello Go!" var integer_var int = 2 var float_var float = 3.14 var boolean_var bool = true

i = 10 for i in range(10): print(i)

// Initial; condition; after loop for i := 0; i < 10; i++ { // Using the shorthand syntax of declaring a variable in Go (mutableVar := the value) fmt.Println(i) }

counter = 0 while counter < 5: print(counter) counter += 1

var counter int = 0 for counter < 5 { fmt.Println(counter) counter += 1 }

age = 25if age >= 13 and age <= 19: print("Teenager") elif age >= 20 and age <= 29: print("Young adult") elif age >= 30 and age <= 39: print("Adult") else: print("Other")

var age int = 25 if age >= 13 && age <= 19 { fmt.Println("Teenager") } else if age >= 20 && age <= 29 { fmt.Println("Young adult") } else if age >= 30 && age <= 39 { fmt.Println("Adult") } else { fmt.Println("Other") }


In Python, we are familiar with lists whose size is dynamic. In Go, there are two different concepts for Python lists. The first is an Array, which has a fixed size, and the second is Slices, which is dynamically sized.

Another important thing about Arrays/Slices in Go is that we must define the type of elements we want to store in our Array/Slice. In other words, you can have a slice of strings, not a slice of both strings and integers.

mix_list = [False, 1, "two"]

var boolArray [3]bool = [3]bool{false, true, true} // var variableName [array size]type of array elements var stringArray [3]string = [3]string{"zero", "one", "two"} var intArray [3]int = [3]int{0, 1, 2} var boolSlice []bool = []bool{false} // var variableName []type of slice elements var stringSlice []string = []string{"zero", "one"} var intSlice []int = []int{0, 1, 2}

For loops Over Arrays/Slices

mix_list = [False, 1, "two"] for item in mix_list: print(item)

var intSlice []int = []int{0, 1, 2} for index, value := range intSlice { fmt.Println(index, value) }

Consider Map as the dictionary that we have in Python. Similar to an Array/Slice, you must declare the type of the key and the type of the values.

the_dictionary = {"hi": 1, "bye": False} print(the_dictionary["hi"])

var theMap map[string]int = map[string]int{"hi": 1, "bye": 0} fmt.Println(theMap["hi"])

HTTP Get Request

import requests response = requests.get("https://example.com/") print(response.content)

import ( "fmt" "io" "log" "net/http" ) resp, err := http.Get("https://example.com/") if err != nil { log.Println(err) } defer resp.Body.Close() body, err := io.ReadAll(resp.Body) fmt.Println(string(body))

If you are interested in learning Go, you can check the Go by Example website (I considered its hierarchy of examples for this article) and the Go Tour .

Hope you enjoy coding in Go, and happy learning!

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Travis Kelce’s Plans to Cheer on Taylor Swift at Argentina Eras Tour Revealed

Travis kelce is filling a blank space in his calendar by heading to argentina to support taylor swift as she kicks off the south american leg of her eras tour..

Travis Kelce cheering on Taylor Swift never goes out of style.

And the tight end is officially continuing their love story in South America, as he's headed to Argentina to support the pop star during the next stop of her Eras Tour , a source close to the couple confirmed to  NBC News Nov. 8. 

The confirmation comes hours after the football star teased his plans to head south-of-the-equator, where as Taylor is set to perform three shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina, starting on Nov. 9, followed by two nights in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

"Got anything you're looking forward to going to?" Jason Kelce asked his brother on the Nov. 8 episode of their New Heights podcast, to which Travis replied, "Not really. I might just say f--k it and just go somewhere nice, I don't know."

Although he kept tight-lipped about the  exact location, the Chiefs player couldn't help but hint at a warm getaway during his bye week. "My skin's getting real pale," Travis teased, "so I gotta go somewhere sunny."

"Somewhere south?" Jason continued while Travis quipped, "Closer to the equator."

The Philadelphia Eagles center prompted his younger brother, asking, "South of the equator?" which earned a laugh from Travis.

The 34-year-old and the Grammy winner are no strangers to cheering one another on forever and always: Taylor has attended many of  Travis' football games in recent months. Not to mention, the entire story of them started in July when Travis rocked out at her Eras Tour show in Kansas City.

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But there came a moment when the athlete admitted the NFL may need to calm down with the media coverage.

"I think everybody's just overwhelmed," Travis shared on his New Heights podcast Oct. 4. "I think it's fun when they show who all is at the game, you know? I think it brings a little bit more to the atmosphere, brings a little bit more to what you're watching. But at the same time, I think—"

Jason chimed in, "They're overdoing it," to which Travis agreed, adding, "They're overdoing it a little bit for sure—especially my situation. But I think they're just trying to have fun with it." 

For a look back at Taylor cheering on Travis at her fourth Kansas City Chiefs game, keep reading...

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Travis scores!

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New Besties

Hanging Out at Travis' Home

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Top 12 GoLang Conferences To Attend in 2023

Hundreds of developers have chosen the open-source coding language Go for crucial software-based goods and services since it first surfaced at Google in 2009. Go's authors aimed for maximum brevity and efficiency by mimicking essential aspects of C. The language is now preferred by developers due to its clarity and absence of ambiguity in its syntax. And hence, there are numerous GoLang Conferences happening in 2023 to cater to this demand.

Go has several features, including a standard library, service packs, static coding, testing assistance, and platform independence. The use of shared packages is the foundation of Go's standard library. Golang offers functions that are similar to those found in other programming languages, yet it is a distinct alternative in its own way. Unlike some other popular languages, Go's fundamental design goal is to make compilation as quick as possible.

Here is a list of the top conferences related to GoLang that you must attend in 2023.

1. Wasm I/O 2023

Website: https://wasmio.tech/

Date: 23-24 March

Location: Barcelona

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Join the WebAssembly community from around the world for two days of deep technical sessions. This is an excellent event to share, discuss, collaborate and socialize with other WebAssembly professionals.

Overview of the Conference:

General Speeches


Panel discussions

Who Should Attend:


Software Developers

2. Conf42: GoLang 2023

Website: Conf42

Date: 20 April

Location: Calcutta, India

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One of the most loved GoLang Conferences, Conf42: Golang 2023 is back again with a bang. It is a fun-packed day with keynote speeches, panel discussions and interactive workshop activities that developers will love. It is a platform for programmers to come together and share insights into the improvements of the Go Programming Language and to put them to good use for their work.

Keynote speeches

Guest lectures

Interactive workshops

Project managers

Software architects

3. Go Conference

Website: Go Conference

Date: 2 June

Location: Online

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Go Conference is a virtual event series that includes keynotes, technical talks, hands-on workshops, demos, and panels, as well as the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A with professionals. Go Programming Language Platform Group subject matter professionals will present technical content to assist developers make the next generation of rich, efficient, and reliable corporate apps for a variety of contexts.

Participants will learn a lot about:

Go programming approaches and suggestions for today's programmers

Go developer frameworks

New programming models of Go

The Go language improvements in terms of syntax

Technical sessions

Q&A sessions

Hand-on workshop

Software developers

Deep-learning researchers

Software engineers

4. Upstream 2023

Website: Upstream

Date: 7 June

Location: Live

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Upstream 2023 is a completely virtual, entirely free, and one of the best GoLang Conferences events that bring together like-minded app developers, project maintainers, and the broader network of people who care about their job. You can meet the maintainers of the popular open source programs you use now and benefit from them.

App developers

Open-source project maintainers

5. Serverless Days Paris

Website: Serverless Days Paris

Location: Paris

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Serverless Days Paris is a platform for developers to get together and discuss the improvements and developments in the field of Go programming language.

Lightning talks

6. Gophercon 2023

Website: Gophercon

Date: 22-23 September

Location: Brazil

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GopherCon is an annual event dedicated to the Go programming language that debuted in 2014. Gophercon provides preferential access to technical education, unique and innovative technologies, and opportunity to connect with peers and leaders in the tech world to its 25,000+ attendees.

During the event, they will demonstrate how to use new Go language products. Attendees will have the chance to broaden their knowledge. The GopherCon conference is a fantastic opportunity to meet new people, exchange ideas, and make new connections. So, it's a good idea to attend this one-of-a-kind GoLang conferences.

Network design for computation

Building pipelines in the Go

Leaning to deploy with GoLang

7. Gophercon Virtual 2023

Date: 26-29 September

Location: San Diego

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Gophercon is excited to return to a place where all the developers can be together while still having the room to reach this year's event with caution. The conference, which focuses on Go's programming language, allows guests to interact with professionals, product teammates, and like-minded colleagues.

This conference will feature all of the usual high-quality events, such as speaker sessions, guest speakers, and hands-on seminars on the newest Go innovations.

High-quality events


Guest speeches

8. Devternity

Website: Devternity

Date: 7-8 December

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DevTernity is one of the top three software development conferences in the world. We concentrate on the abilities that are most important to your success: programming, architecture, and management. Begin preparing for a career as a computer engineer, engineering manager, or CTO as soon as possible.

The purpose of this intense, hands-on event is to improve your understanding of concepts and patterns, as well as other key software design ideas and patterns. You'll put those notions to the test under a variety of limitations and requirements, creating elegant lightweight designs, developing code, and debating the choices.

Go language developers

9. GoLang Conf Russia

Website: GoLang Conf Russia

Date: To be announced

Location: To be announced

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This year, the organizers have chosen to alter the structure slightly and focus on the finest sessions on the development, management, and maintenance of Go-based services. They put extra work into hand-picking the greatest talks on the most important subjects for you, so you don't have to worry about making a decision. Their specialists will teach you everything you need to learn about programming in their preferred programming language so you can keep up with the latest developments.

Program managers

10. Go Remote Fest

Website: Go Remote Fest

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The major goal of this event is to bring people from the Go programming community together to share best practices, tactics, and insights from industry experts. The first session of GoRemoteFest took place on April 26th, 2020 and the remote experience went very well. As a result, the organizers want to establish a new version in order to provide you with the best possible experience.

Live sessions

Interactive classes

Go Programmers

11. Go West Conference

Website: Go West Conference

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The Go West event is a hybrid conference for cities in the Rocky Mountain West.

It has two key objectives - With the Go programming language, you can highlight local technical talent and expertise; and bring in world-renowned experts.

Q&A Sessions

12. Principal Developer

Website: Principal Developer

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For skilled software engineers, Principal Developer is a 2-day seminar to enhance all the skills. We'll learn the abilities that any effective, successful, and dependable software development team manager requires. You'll discover what it takes to be an outstanding tech leader, how to grow as a leader, and how to strike a balance between management and technological responsibilities in this program.

Hands-on workshop

Live Q&A session

Regardless of which of these GoLang conferences you attend, you will undoubtedly receive access to some of the most cutting-edge technologies and approaches in the industry while learning from some of the world's top professionals.

What is the GoLang programming language?

The Go programming language was established, because Google's codebases were becoming increasingly complex. Because of its brevity, readability, performance, and concurrent nature, Go quickly gained popularity and became the preferred language of many developers. It can run numerous jobs at the same time since it is concurrent.

Go is one of the most straightforward programming languages available. It is simple to learn, especially if you are already familiar with another programming language. Go is a programming language that may be used for a variety of tasks including web development, data analysis, cloud computing, and more.

What are GoLang conferences?

GoLang conferences are platforms for programmers to get together and share new ideas and developments in the field of GoLang. It includes fully-featured events of keynote speeches, panel discussions, interactive workshops and much more that allows programmers to learn from the best in the field.

How to use the GoLang programming language?

Any plain text editor, such as notepad, notepad++, or something similar, can be used to write Golang code. You can also utilize an online IDE to develop Golang code, or you can install one on your desktop to make writing these codes easier. Because IDEs include capabilities such as an easy code editor, debugger, compiler, and other tools, using one makes things simpler to write Golang code.

To start, one has to have the Go language downloaded on their system in order to write Golang Codes and execute many exciting and useful actions.

Is it worth learning GoLang in 2023?

Golang is one of the most popular programming languages, which means that mastering it can open up new doors to opportunities and even help you land a job at Google, which uses Go extensively. It's a perfect time to learn the foundations of Golang if you're looking to improve your technical skills.

It was developed by Google to address Google-sized issues. As a result, it's becoming quite popular among other companies attempting to solve enormous scalability problems. It's also one of the most popular programming languages of the last decade.

What are the advantages of using GoLang?

1. fast execution.

It is capable of compiling straight to machine code without the use of an interpreter. As a result, development is accelerated because no intermediary steps are required. When it comes to execution speed, Golang is always one point ahead of Java. Golang-based programmes are lightning fast, and assembly is also lightning fast. To satisfy the demands of speedier back-end development, developers prefer to use Golang.

2. Developer community that is active

More programmers prefer Golang to other languages since it is a simple language that is also extremely fast. Over a thousand developers know how to work with Golang at the moment. In the future, this figure is anticipated to rise even higher. The availability of support for any challenges encountered during the development process is ensured.

3. All-in-one solution

Newer programming languages frequently lack development tools. However, that isn't the case with Golang. True, Go lacks the breadth of third-party tools that Java provides, but Go includes a set of extensive tools that make programming simple for developers.

4. It is scalable

When choosing a programming language for a task, scalability is often a key consideration. Nobody wants to be stranded later when the app needs to be updated with new features. Golang provides more scalability options. It allows for the simultaneous execution of various functionalities.

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Taylor Swift: new tickets for Australia Eras tour shows in Sydney and Melbourne to go on sale Friday

Frontier Touring announces new tickets to Swift’s five Australian shows will be released tomorrow, with a ticket resale market launching in two weeks

More tickets to Taylor Swift ’s Melbourne and Sydney shows are going on sale on Friday, with Ticketek also announcing a date for the highly anticipated resale of tickets.

Swift’s Eras tour broke Australian records earlier this year in June, when more than four million people tried to snap up about 450,000 tickets for the five concerts, to take place in Melbourne on 16 and 17 February, and Sydney on 23-25 February 2024.

The new tickets for the Sydney shows will go on sale at 10am AEDT on Friday 10 November, with the new tickets at the Melbourne shows going on sale at 4pm AEDT that same day.

Frontier Touring also announced that additional tickets including seats with a partially obstructed view, will be released on Friday with prices starting from $79.90.

Fans who have already applied for accessible tickets will not have to apply for the newly available accessible seats, with Ticketek set to contact applicants in the order they submitted their forms until allocations are exhausted.

An official ticket resale service was initially set to be rolled out in September but was delayed. Ticketek has now announced the service will be available from 10AM AEDT on Friday 24 November, allowing fans to sell their tickets.

In Victoria, the state government declared Swift’s concerts at the MCG a major event, making it prohibited under anti-scalping legislation to sell Swift tickets on any other platform than the official resale website, or for more than 10% above cost price, to preventing touts from charging fans exorbitant fees.

In New South Wales, Swift tickets are covered by similar anti-scalping laws under general “resale restrictions”, with sellers also only able to mark tickets up by 10%.

When tickets went on sale for Swift’s Eras tour in the US, Ticketek crashed while some tickets were immediately listed for resale for up to US$40,000.

The film of Swift’s tour, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, made $3.8m in Australia in its opening weekend in October. It is now the highest-grossing concert film in North America and has taken US$200m globally– but still remains behind the $262.5m global box office of Michael Jackson’s 2009 film This Is It.

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getting the go tour running locally

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In A Tour of Go , one of the options is to run the tour offline.

The instructions seem simple enough:

Run the command to fetch the tour

Run the binary that’s placed in the workspace’s bin directory.

First things first: workspaces seem to have been deprecated with the introduction of modules in v1.13+. 1

Why does any of this matter? Because when I followed the instructions:

The tour successfully downloaded, and I was able to run the binary… but, I couldn’t execute anything.

Signal Killed

Trying to run the Hello, world , I got the message: Program exited: signal: killed .

Womp, womp.

Debugging The Issue

First, let’s look at a few things:

The instructions to install Go (on Mac) indicate that by following the wizard, /usr/local/go/bin should be automatically available in the PATH . Checking that, it appears that’s true!

But when I saved the tour (with the go get ), where did that save and install? Not in /usr/local/go , but /Users/stephen/go - this is because that’s my GOPATH value:

In my haste to get started, I didn’t fully comprehend Go’s How to Write Go Code , specifically, in describing the installation of a hello.go it reads:

$ go install example.com/user/hello $ This command builds the hello command, producing an executable binary. It then installs that binary as $HOME/go/bin/hello (or, under Windows, %USERPROFILE%\go\bin\hello.exe ). The install directory is controlled by the GOPATH and GOBIN environment variables . If GOBIN is set, binaries are installed to that directory. If GOPATH is set, binaries are installed to the bin subdirectory of the first directory in the GOPATH list. Otherwise, binaries are installed to the bin subdirectory of the default GOPATH ( $HOME/go or %USERPROFILE%\go ).

What’s all this mean? Well, it means that by default, the Go binaries will be saved in /Users/stephen/go/bin , (which is also often written as $HOME/go/bin or ~/go/bin ).

Side Note: Simpler Go Execution

We can make executing Go binaries a much simpler process then by adding this to our PATH , like so:

Okay, so that makes it simpler to run the tour, which can now be done as:

Finding A Solution

None of these hold the answer, yet, however.

Even though it’s now easier to run the tour, it still doesn’t actually execute the Go code.

To get it working, however, manually building and installing does seem to work:

Credit to Michael DuBose for this workaround, which I found on this Github issue .

Regarding the -d flag for go get :

The -d flag instructs get to download the source code needed to build the named packages, including downloading necessary dependencies, but not to build and install them.

With that being the case, manually building and installing is necessary, but it works!


And now, I can get to actually learning Go!

  • 1 Evidence of this conclusion is that How to Write Go Code , which is where the link in the welcome section of A Tour of Go takes you, no longer has a section on workplaces. You can find it in the archived version, however: ( How to Write Go Code (with GOPATH) - The Go Programming Language ).
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Travis Kelce Is Planning to Go to Argentina for Taylor Swift Tour, Sources Say

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end has some free time on his schedule thanks to a bye week

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Travis Kelce is a bonafide Swiftie!

Fresh off a win against the Miami Dolphins in Frankfurt, Germany , the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, is packing his bags for Argentina. 

Sources tell PEOPLE Kelce is headed to South America to support Swift, 33, at her upcoming Eras Tour stops. 

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The “Cruel Summer” singer has three shows lined up in Buenos Aires for Thursday through Saturday, and the NFL star will be making time in his schedule to attend, the source told PEOPLE.

The Chiefs had a bye week following their Nov. 5 victory against Miami, giving Kelce a bit of extra time before the team faces off against the Philadelphia Eagles — which includes the athlete’s older brother, center Jason Kelce . 

Both siblings recently discussed the possibility of Travis taking a trip to South America on their latest podcast episode for New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce . 

“Got anything you’re looking forward to going to?” Jason, 36, asked his little brother, as they read an ad about Seat Geek tickets. 

Seemingly playing into the pandemonium surrounding his romance with the pop star, Travis responded, “Not really. I might just say f--- it and just go somewhere nice, I don’t know. My skin’s getting real pale so I gotta go somewhere sunny .”

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Jason asked if his brother would be headed south, to which Travis replied, “Closer to the equator.”

In a July episode of the podcast, Travis revealed he’d attempted to make a pass at the “Wildest Dreams” hitmaker but didn’t succeed.

Fortunately for the two, a lot has happened since then and things seem to be heating up. 

In mid-October, they spent a PDA-packed evening together at a Saturday Night Live afterparty . He’d also previously attended her Eras Tour stop at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas over the summer. 

And the Chiefs star isn’t the only one rooting in the stands.  

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Swift has shown her support at a handful of his games — even sitting in the suites alongside his mother Donna . 

Footage from the game , shared by Fox Sports on X (formerly known as Twitter), shows the ladies smiling, cheering and clapping in the suite at the Kansas City, Missouri stadium. Both wore the team’s colors for the occasion. 

In early October, Donna spoke exclusively to PEOPLE about if she considered herself a Swiftie prior to Travis spending time with the superstar.

"I would say not. My era was Earth, Wind and Fire, Chaka Khan, things like that. That's more my music," she explained. "But obviously, talent is talent."

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Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band announce 2024 stadium tour: How to get tickets

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Country artist icon Kenny Chesney will take on 18 cities in the Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour.

Chesney will be joined by Grammy winners the Zac Brown Band , "Tennessee Orange" vocalist Megan Moroney and Chesney's multiple-week No. 1 "When the Sun Goes Down" duet partner Uncle Kracker — himself known for the hits "Follow Me" and "Drift Away."

The tour kicks off at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on April 20. Tickets go on sale Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. local time at kennychesney.com/tour .

Twenty years have elapsed since Chesney's chart-topping collaboration with Uncle Kracker, a fact not lost on the performer when naming his tour of over a dozen stadiums in 2024.

"I wanted a name that suggested — obviously — when all the good stuff starts to happen. The one thing I've learned about No Shoes Nation and these stadium shows is they start the good times early and they just keep it going," Chesney noted in a press statement.

"But we all know, when the sun goes down, that's when people really get loose and enjoy themselves," he added. "That was the thing about Uncle Kracker and my song. It captured a vibe and a moment so perfectly. No matter how much fun you're having all day long, 'everything gets hotter when the sun goes down...' I know from years of experience that's true."

Chesney — who is the only country artist to be on Billboard's Top 10 Touring Artists of the Last 25 Years — will close out the tour, as is tradition, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Aug. 23, 2024.

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About his tourmates, Chesney adds:

"Zac Brown Band understands high-energy country, the same way Alabama did, and they've got our friend Caroline Jones in their line-up now, too. Megan Moroney isn't just one of the smart new voices in country; she's really bringing a sense of heart and joy to the music — and I'm fired up to be bringing her out to No Shoes Nation. And Uncle Kracker has been part of so many fun times, crazy moments and memories made, it always kicks things up a notch when he's out there with us. So, it really is old friends, new friends and a whole lotta love."

Kenny Chesney's 2024 tour dates

  • April 20 — Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
  • April 27 — Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • May 4 — U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnisota
  • May 11 — AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
  • May 18 — Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
  • May 25 — FedExField, Washington, D.C.
  • June 1 — Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh
  • June 8 — Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
  • June 15 — Soldier Field, Chicago
  • June 22 — American Family Field, Milwaukee
  • July 6 — GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
  • July 13 — Lumen Field, Seattle
  • July 20 — SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
  • July 27 — Empower Field at Mile High, Denver
  • Aug. 3 — Nissan Stadium, Nashville
  • Aug. 10 — US Ford Field, Detroit
  • Aug. 17 — MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • Aug. 23 — Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Contributing: Taijuan Moorman

Action Report: Bettors like Ben Griffin to get revenge at Butterfield Bermuda Championship

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Action Report: Bettors like Ben Griffin to get revenge at Butterfield Bermuda Championship

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A Ben Griffin "revenge tour" is about to go into effect according to bettors ahead of the Butterfield Bermuda Championship at Port Royal Golf Course.

Going into the final round of last year's event in the island paradise, Griffin had a share of the lead but struggled down the stretch on Sunday, firing a 1-over 72 to land two shots behind the winner, Seamus Power.

As of Wednesday, Griffin is drawing the highest handle (10.8%) on the most tickets (6.9%). He has PGA TOUR odds to win this week of +2200.

Along with course history in his favor, Griffin also enters the event playing some solid golf this fall. On top of a T23 at last week’s World Wide Technology Championship, the 27-year-old lost in a playoff at last month’s Sanderson Farms Championship.

Ben Griffin’s interview after Round 4 of Sanderson Farms

Griffin is looking to become the 14th first-time winner on the PGA TOUR this season, which will wrap up next week with The RSM Classic.

Lucas Glover (+2500) is another player generating a lot of action. He’s pulling in the third-highest handle (9.6%) on the second-most tickets (5.4%).

The 43-year-old played his first event since the TOUR Championship last week, finishing T59 at the World Wide Technologies Championship.

Port Royal Golf Course has hosted the tournament each year since 2019. At 6,828 yards, it is the shortest par 71 the PGA TOUR plays all year and is the second shortest overall, behind only TPC River Highlands.

It is worth noting weather has played a major factor at this event in the past, with rain and wind impacting play virtually every year.

Current Handle & Tickets

1. Ben Griffin – 10.8% 2. Brandon Wu – 9.8% 3. Lucas Glover – 9.6% 4. Mark Hubbard – 6.8% 5. Brendon Todd – 5.6%

1. Ben Griffin – 6.9% 2. Lucas Glover – 5.4% 3. Matti Schmid – 5.3% 4. Akshay Bhatia – 4.5% 5. Brandon Wu – 4.2%

Wu (+5000) has made six straight cuts, but his highest finish over that stretch is a T37 at the FedEx St. Jude Championship. He finished T35 at the event last year.

Power, the defending champion, is not in the field.

Wu, Griffin and Schmid (+6000) are BetMGM’s biggest liabilities.

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Israeli military tour of northern Gaza reveals ravaged buildings, toppled trees, former weapons lab

International journalists escorted by the Israeli military got a glimpse of the devastation wrought by nearly two weeks of heavy fighting in the northern Gaza Strip

Israeli army troops are seen next to a destroyed building during a ground operation in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023., Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023. Israeli ground forces entered the Gaza Strip as they press ahead with their war against Hamas militants in retaliation for the group's unprecedented Oct. 7 attack on Israel. (AP Photo/Ohad Zwigenberg)

INSIDE THE GAZA STRIP -- An Israeli tank rolls across a sandy moonscape, surrounded by rubble. Damaged buildings are visible in every direction. Toppled trees lie along the Mediterranean shoreline.

The Israeli military escorted international journalists into the northern Gaza Strip on Wednesday, giving them a glimpse of the aftermath of 12 days of heavy fighting in the area.

Israel has been at war against Gaza’s Hamas rulers since the Islamic militant group carried out a bloody cross-border attack on Oct. 7, killing over 1,400 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapping about 240 others. Israel responded with weeks of intense airstrikes before launching a ground operation on Oct. 27.

“It’s been a long two weeks of fighting,” said Lt. Col. Ido, whose last name was withheld under military guidelines. “We've lost some soldiers.”

The initial focus of the operation was northern Gaza, near the Israeli border, before troops moved in on Gaza City, which Israel says is the center of Hamas’ military operations.

The Palestinian Health Ministry says 10,500 people have been killed in the Hamas-run territory. Israel says several thousand Hamas militants are among the dead. It also says Hamas uses civilians in residential areas as human shields, and so is responsible for the high death toll. Hamas has denied this.

The drive into Gaza on Wednesday was in a windowless armored vehicle. A screen inside showed images of the shoreline, damaged buildings and downed trees. Israeli tanks and armored vehicles sat motionless as soldiers patrolled the area.

During the tour, the army said it had found ammunition and a weapons-making facility inside one building. Much of the lab had been removed, but the remnants of rockets, thousands of which have been launched at Israel during the fighting, could be seen.

One floor above the lab was what appeared to be a children’s bedroom. The bright pink room had multiple beds, a doll and a Palestinian flag.

During the less than two hours they spent inside Gaza on Wednesday, journalists could hear gunfire but did not witness any live fire. Israeli troops instructed the journalists not to move around too much.

The army ordered civilians to evacuate to the southern Gaza Strip ahead of the ground offensive. While about 70% of Gaza's population is believed to have fled their homes, U.N. officials estimate that roughly 300,000 people have remained behind.

But in this corner of northern Gaza, Ido said the order appears to have worked.

“We have not seen any civilians here – only Hamas,” he said, adding that militants had been spotted operating aboveground and emerging from their underground tunnel system.

“We gave all the people that live here a good heads-up that we’re coming,” he added.

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