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Go: Design Patterns for Real-World Projects by Mat Ryer, Mario Castro Contreras, Vladimir Vivien

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Chapter 9.  Building a Q&A Application for Google App Engine

Google App Engine gives developers a NoOps (short for No Operations, indicating that developers and engineers have no work to do in order to have their code running and available) way of deploying their applications, and Go has been officially supported as a language option for some years now. Google's architecture runs some of the biggest applications in the world, such as Google Search, Google Maps, and Gmail, among others, so is a pretty safe bet when it comes to deploying our own code.

Google App Engine allows you to write a Go application, add a few special configuration files, and deploy it to Google's servers, where it will be hosted and made available in a highly available, scalable, ...

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