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Echo Golang Virtual Hosts?

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Hi, anyone familiar with https://echo.labstack.com/? ​ Is there a way to deploy virtual hosts with this framework (similiar like in their https://github.com/labstack/armor)? ..

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Golang open source contributors

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I’m just starting out with golang, coming from a python background. My primary field of work is in data science and analytics and there are not many ..

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GoLang REST boilerplate suggestions?

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Does anyone have any boilerplate suggestions for a RESTful go app? ​ Preferably one that uses Postgresql ORM submitted by /u/jwk7 [link] [comments]

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Are the Go concepts old?

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A few months ago I started to work with Go and was enthusiastic about the language. In the past weeks I talked to a rust developer, who thinks Go is a boring ..

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Upload csv files via a POST request

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I want to make a POST request to an endpoint to which I can ulpoad a large csv files and save it to a database like mongoDB. How can I do this in Go? A sample ..

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Looking for a code review

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Hi! I’m pretty new to go and am hoping someone could review my code. https://github.com/v33ps/tinyurl ​ My main questions are. should I have ..

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type hinting

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I am looking for a way to do some standardized type hinting, so when creating docs, or hoover over something, my colleagues would know what to do with ..

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