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bradfitz on What is so hard about adding generics? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Dave has done a ton for Go, for a very long time." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on My buddy sends me this in the morning - http://www.reddit.com/r...
bradfitz on Simple single page display of git repositories to allow code reading. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Hook this up to the Go oracle and this becomes much more interesting!" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on iOS support in Go 1.5? Minux gives an update. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Have you actually considered the relative difficulty of both approaches?" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I got my TLS cert from Google. That is indeed amusing (or at least confusing) that it's not SHA-2. Probably some compatibility issue?" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I have high hopes for letsencrypt. They seem to be doing everything correctly and it should work in all browsers. When it's ready I intended to make it as automatic as possible with Go." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Whoops, indeed. Fixed." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Things have gotten better each release, but there's always more to be done." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Either way works. Fewer moving parts if you do it from Go, at least, and I happen to trust Go's implementation and runtime more than other systems, even though Go's probably not as fast as some. Also, if you see the real remote address, you don't have to deal with things like X-Forwarded-For headers." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Probably too old. I think you need Chrome 41+." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Yes, that's the plan. It will eventually move to the Go standard library and be included by default." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"You need very recent versions of Firefox (probably Nightly) and Chrome (probably Canary). I think Chrome needs to be 41+. Even if you see the option to enable "network.http.spdy.enabled.http2draft" if your Firefox, that's probably advertising an old version of the draft, not h2-14." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go is getting HTTP/2 support - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Whether HTTP/2 should support non-HTTPS is a hotly debated topic. For political reasons and to make forward progress, the spec officially says it works for either HTTP or HTTPS, but in practice major browsers (Firefox, Chrome) are only implementing HTTP/2 for non-HTTPS. Experience and measurements in the wild with SPDY showed that middleboxes break everything if you don't speak hide it inside TLS." - Brad Fitzpatrick
RT @ESA_Rosetta: I see you too @philae2014! Here you are in my OSIRIS camera - legs out! #CometLanding https://twitter.com/ESA_Ros...
.@_rsc began committing the #golang runtime's C→Go conversion & deleting Go's C compiler. See https://docs.google.com/documen... https://twitter.com/bradfit...
Of course, whenever @_rsc goes on a rampage, http://build.golang.org also rains tears of red fail. #golang https://twitter.com/bradfit...
AppleCare: yay or nay? For a maxed out iMac 5K.
After two weeks of Argentina T-Mobile-throttled free data (which, well: yay) and Argentina ping times, HOLY SHIT THE INTERNET IS FAST AGAIN.
RT @Oatmeal: Dear @SenTedCruz, I'm going to explain to you how Net Neutrality ACTUALLY works http://theoatmeal.com/blog... https://twitter.com/Oatmeal...
"More Everything" plan? I thought that Portlandia sketch was a joke! What next, Gilette fucking it & doing 5 blades? https://twitter.com/bradfit...
"@United flight UA1209 from Houston, TX (IAH) to San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Nov 11 is canceled due to aircraft maintenance" Fun! #almosthome
Adiós, Buenos Aires! It's been fun.
bradfitz on My horrible google interview experience. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"It's still kind of disconcerting that we have these kinds of people at all. Interviewing or not, people should be polite. I hope OP reports his experience to somebody at Google." - Brad Fitzpatrick
RT @WhiteHouse: It's time to keep the internet open and free. Read President Obama's plan → http://www.whitehouse.gov/net-neu... #NetNeutrality https://twitter.com/WhiteHo...
RT @MashableNews: President Obama issues statement to the @FCC on net neutrality http://www.whitehouse.gov/net-neu... https://twitter.com/Mashabl...
And now Monty is going around to all the tables dropping off salty vodka-filled chocolate candies like a drunken Easter bunny.
RT @philsturgeon: "Whatcha up to on that laptop?" "Adding HTTP/2 support to Go." Well shit... that beats anything I'm gonna do today. Carry the fuck on!
If I opened a Thai restaurant in southern Argentina I'd have to name it Pad-Thai-gonia.
RT @dotGoEu: Want to know why @bradfitz said that Go was broken in 2010 and has changed his mind since? Watch his itw with @enneff http://www.youtube.com/watch...
RT @dotGoEu: Want to know why @bradfitz said that Go was broken in 2010 and has changed his mind since? Watch his itw with @enneff http://t.co/UPWVqDtkX8
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