A few weeks ago we introduced the last major update of this year – GoLand 2020.3. With it came goroutines dump in the debugger, support for individual table tests, and expanded support for the Testify test framework. It also had lots of UI improvements; new features for code editing, web development, and working with databases; and a service for collaborative development and pair programming.

Not checked what was packed inside the release yet? Visit our What’s New page for detailed descriptions, GIFs, and screenshots, or complete the What’s New in GoLand 2020.3 tutorial from the new reworked Welcome screen inside the IDE.

As usual, we would like to say a big THANK YOU to all the people who helped us make GoLand better by sharing their product experience, feedback, and suggestions with us. The most active contributors are getting a free 1-year GoLand subscription and special branded T-shirt!

Here are these wonderful folks:

  • Vitaly Solodilov (YouTrack username: Mcdoker18)
  • Victor Alenkov (YouTrack username: borz )
  • Max Neverov (YouTrack username: nmax )

Thank you for all your input. We love hearing from you and each submitted issue is very much appreciated!

Let’s move on to looking at our plans now going forward. As usual we had a planning session with the team after the release, discussed what our next steps should be, and have already begun working on them. Stay tuned for the next Early Access Program!

Please note that we can’t guarantee that all of the features listed below will be included in GoLand 2021.1.

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GoLand 2021.1 Roadmap
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