Gobot version 0.8 has been released just in time for the Holidays! This release brings a number of very large and necessary changes to Gobot. Over time our interfaces have grown out of hand and are becoming unmanageable and largely unnecessary. With...Read more
We've been quietly (and not so quietly) working these last couple of months, and we've just released Gobot 0.7! Gobot is getting more powerful with each release and this is a very big one. Release 0.7 adds a lot of new capabilities, more test coverage...Read more
The Gobot team was in attendance at the recent Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, and as soon as we got our hands on the Edison we were trying to get it to run Golang. We immediately retired to a corner of the conference and started our work on...Read more
Team Gobot is excited to announce the release of version 0.6! With support for Robeaux, some core refactoring and added events, Gobot is now better than ever. Check out the Gobot docs for more information or read about the update in the post titled...Read more
We're happy to announce the release of Gobot 0.5! Following Gohpercon, we were able to learn from some of the makers of the Go programming language itself to make Gobot better and more efficient.
This release is the culmination of lessons learned...Read more
Fresh from GopherCon in Denver, we were left amazed by the first conference dedicated to the Go programming language. One of the highlights of the conference was being able to sit down with the master himself, Rob Pike, and pair up to play with robots...Read more
The Hybrid Group's Adrian Zankich aka "Serious Programming Guy" has written a post about GO called "Go for Rubyists" on the Engine Yard blog.
Go is a powerful language for concurrent operations and if you are familiar with Ruby, he shows some side...Read more