The Go Blog
Fixing For Loops in Go 1.22, 19 September 2023
Go 1.21 shipped a preview of a change in Go 1.22 to make for loops less error-prone.
WASI support in Go, 13 September 2023
Go 1.21 adds a new port targeting the WASI preview 1 syscall API
Scaling gopls for the growing Go ecosystem, 8 September 2023
As the Go ecosystem gets bigger, gopls must get smaller
Profile-guided optimization in Go 1.21, 5 September 2023
Introduction to profile-guided optimization, generally available in Go 1.21.
Perfectly Reproducible, Verified Go Toolchains, 28 August 2023
Go 1.21 is the first perfectly reproducible Go toolchain.
Structured Logging with slog, 22 August 2023
The Go 1.21 standard library includes a new structured logging package, log/slog.
Forward Compatibility and Toolchain Management in Go 1.21, 14 August 2023
Go 1.21 manages Go toolchains like any other dependency; you will never need to manually download and install a Go toolchain again.
Backward Compatibility, Go 1.21, and Go 2, 14 August 2023
Go 1.21 expands Go's commitment to backward compatibility, so that every new Go toolchain is the best possible implementation of older toolchain semantics as well.
Go 1.21 is released!, 8 August 2023
Go 1.21 brings language improvements, new standard library packages, PGO GA, backward and forward compatibility in the toolchain and faster builds.
Experimenting with project templates, 31 July 2023
Announcing golang.org/x/tools/cmd/gonew, an experimental tool for starting new Go projects from predefined templates