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Go Plugins
The release of Go 1.8 inches steadily closer, bringing with it many interesting and useful features and improvements, including shorter compilation times, an even faster GC, and, my personal favorite, initial support for plugins. Plugins, essentially Go’s version of C’s dlopen() and related functions, are an interesting one. The ability to dynamically load packages at run-time has been one of my most wanted features in Go since I first figured out how interfaces work.