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The Go Programming Language Blog The Go Gopher 24 March 2014 The Go gopher is an iconic mascot and one of the most distinctive features of the Go project. In this post we'll talk about his origins, evolution, and behavior. About 15 years ago—long before the Go project—the gopher first appeared as a promotion for the WFMU radio station in New Jersey. The Go Programming Language Blog
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