Go
Distributed Systems

Go

Go (often referred to as golang) is an open source programming language created at Google in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson.

Projects

fast and scalable distributed mapreduce system written in pure go and luajit combining gos high concurrency with luajits high performance runs standalone or distributed
a very newbility rpc library support 25 languages now
scalable fault-tolerant application-layer sharding for go applications
a lightweight high performance messaging system for microservices iot and cloud native systems
a library for adding support for interacting and monitoring celery workers tasks and events in go
a very newbility rpc library support 25 languages now
a json-rpc 20 http client implementation
a distributed pluggable rpc service framework like alibaba dubbo
high-performance middleware for transforming a state machine written in any programming language into a byzantine fault tolerant replicated state machine using the tendermint consensus and blockchain protocols
a library for master-less p2p auto-discovery and rpc between http services using
a port of googles jump consistent hash function
a pluggable microservice toolkit and distributed systems platform
easy-to-use scalable distributed big data processing map-reduce dag execution all in pure go
a library for adding support for interacting and monitoring celery workers tasks and events in go
bittorrent client package

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0.0 2.0 Image
swift image slideshow with circular scrolling timer and full screen viewer
1.0 0.7 Gui
theming net winforms c or vbnet to googles material design principles
0.0 0.0 Animation
collection of animation projects
redefined chart library built with react and d3
php bindings for go