Talking about Go 1.16, this is a release to be excited about. Here are some of my personal highlights:
- fs.FS interface. This should make a bunch of filesystem operations agnostic to the underlying storage service.
- Clean up of 'go get' vs 'go install'
- Embedding files into binaries
- Smaller binaries
- Faster linking
- darwin/arm64 support
Find more exciting changes here: https://golang.org/doc/go1.16
"Note that Go 1.16 requires use of Go modules by default, now that, according to our 2020 Go Developer Survey, 96% of Go developers have made the switch. We recently added official documentation for developing and publishing modules."
Ohh no, I liked the old import much better 😢
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