Starter code for writing web services in Go using Kubernetes. (by ardanlabs)
The repository and structure is free here, but I highly recommend the actual course for API development, which is not free but very valuable.
a collection of functional programming constructs for go
Monadic error handling like in ML work-alikes, Rust etc. would be a good start. Adopt:
I've been talking to the local Go user group. No one even knows about that concept. This continues a pattern of general ignorance/lack of looking beyond one's horizon I've noticed.
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Automatically generate Go test boilerplate from your source code.
You can save yourself a minute and generate the test case boilerplate for your with https://github.com/cweill/gotests :)
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Table-driven tests are overrated.
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What is the hardest part of the load/performance testing?
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Web request fuzzer with go
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