Thirteen Years of Go - The Go Programming Language

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  • golangci-lint

    Fast linters Runner for Go

    I disagree with at least half of your post, tooling in Go is amazing overall and there is one linter that pretty much every one is using:

  • go

    The Go programming language

    The specific problem I'm talking about are how interface methods may not be generic, because there is no way to know which instantiation to call when working with an interface instead of a concrete type, see

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  • eris

    Error handling library with readable stack traces and flexible formatting support 🎆 (by rotisserie)

    Attaching stacktraces to errors is one way to make errors more readable. Go has notoriously unreadable errors and when you log the error, the logging function is now at the top of the stack rather than where the error actually originated. There needs to be a simple function that adds some default wrapping when you return an error because as it is, you need packages like Eris to make the errors even halfway readable

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