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Go 1.10 is released

Brad Fitzpatrick
16 February 2018

Happy Friday, happy weekend! Today the Go team is happy to announce the release of Go 1.10. You can get it from the download page.

See the Go 1.10 release notes for all the details.

The most exciting part of this release for many people will probably be that the go tool now does automatic caching of build & test results. Of course, one of the hundreds of smaller changes may be your favorite.

To celebrate the release, Go User Groups around the world are holding release parties. See if there’s one in your area, or feel free to organize one!

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release and everyone who helped test the Go 1.10 betas and release candidates to ensure a perfect, bug-free final release. However, if you do notice any bugs or unexpected changes not noted in the release notes, be sure to file a bug.

Enjoy the weekend, and enjoy the new release!

P.S. Many of this year’s Go conferences are accepting talk proposals this month. We always love to see new speakers and encourage you to think about proposing a talk. For more information, see

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