14 minutes — Explaining how powerful reactive planning is, with one example.
10 minutes — I worked on a project to develop a CI/CD pipeline for WSO2 API Manager. The tooling was mostly done in Go.
8 minutes — At Evergreen, we recently wrote back-end systems for our clients in Go.
3 minutes — Database seeding is a process in which an initial set of data is provided to a database when it is being set up or installed.
3 minutes — When I implemented a Docker Compose file that starts our entire system, I faced a problem. The database container is ready, but the database isn’t.
More real-world reports:
- Sorting IPs from a text file with Go (4 min.)
- Go Future implementation with ‘Reflection’ (3 min.)
- How to secure a Go application with seccomp (4 min.)
- Rapid, thread-safe transformations with terrgroup (6 min.)
8 minutes — If you want something simple and lightweight, it’s not too difficult to roll your own middleware to handle rate limiting.
7 minutes — Some interesting and useful serverless platforms are emerging. Next to Jexia (just mentioning ;), one of them is OpenFaaS.
9 minutes — AWS Secrets Manager allows teams to securely store secrets that your applications need to function.
- Execute SQL script with Go statements in C# (1 min.)
- Automated style guides for REST, GraphQL and gRPC (6 min.)
Swiss Army knife for automated web application testing.
6 minutes — Dapr version 0.2.0 comes with a bunch of new components added to the runtime.
- Fast web fuzzer written in Go
- Go repository layer for SQL database
- Layer 7 load balancer from proprietary Baidu FrontEnd
Motivation: this information will help goproxies (such as gocenter.io) to understand the uptake of new versions of Go. Russ Cox rejects it.
9 minutes — An in-depth recap of debugging a bug in the Docker client library.