Are you familiar with the Go programming language and looking for a job in San Francisco or London? Then think about applying to CloudFlare. We're looking for people with experience writing Go in both locations.
This year’s HostingCon will be held in Miami Beach, and the CloudFlare team is busy prepping. This is our fourth year at the show and our team is excited to see partners, customers and friends.
Almost two years ago CloudFlare started working with Go. What started as an experiment on one network and concurrency heavy project has turned into full, production use of Go for multiple services.
This blog post is very old now. You probably don't want to use the techniques described here. GO'S sync.Pool is a better way to go.
In March 2013, we started testing Railgun, and slowly rolled it out across our three web properties. We saw immediate results. First, we saw instant reductions in time to retrieve uncached HTML documents, and as an ecommerce web property every millisecond counts.