Top 5 Go asynchronous-task Projects
Simple, reliable, and efficient distributed task queue in GoProject mention: Looking for a language agnostic Go task queue with Redis | /r/golang | 2023-09-12
EDIT : I think the best for my case will be to use the asynq library with a custom js client, it's quite easy to implement (Detailed here)
Queue-agnostic background job library for Go, with a pleasant API and powerful features.Project mention: Choose Postgres Queue Technology | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-24
I just want to commend OP - if they’re here - for choosing an int64 for job IDs, and MD5 for hashing the payload in Neoq, the job library linked  from the article.
Especially given the emphasis on YAGNI, you don’t need a UUID primary key, and all of its problems they bring for B+trees (that thing RDBMS is built on), nor do you need the collision resistance of SHA256 - the odds of you creating a dupe job hash with MD5 are vanishingly small.
As to the actual topic, it’s fine IFF you carefully monitor for accumulating dead tuples, and adjust auto-vacuum for that table as necessary. While not something you’d run into at the start, at a modest scale you may start to see issues. May. You may also opt to switch to Redis or something else before that point anyway.
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APIs to run user code in any developer productProject mention: I built cakework - open source platform to deploy computationally intensive Python functions as serverless jobs, with no timeouts | /r/Python | 2023-02-02
I put a quick start on the main project website: https://www.cakework.com/
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I built a platform to build serverless async backends without cloud resources
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Show HN: Serverless async back ends for compute-heavy operations
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Feb 2023
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