Does Go need overcoding for tasks that other languages can execute in one liners (or with less code)?

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  • go-services

    API Services written in Go (by noxterr)

    Do you guys have any prompt/repo where the project is rather big and does complex query, so I can see where I am doing wrong? I also made my github go repo public so you can see it and maybe give some feedback (negative or positive, I don't mind, as long as I can improve)

  • sqlx

    general purpose extensions to golang's database/sql

    The amount of packages imported is kind of a thing I want to remove. There is, for example, MySQL package but I use PG. Also, for many things I need sqlx, sometimes database/sql + carta. I would love to standardize all my database handling to make it simple, concise, and efficient;

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  • carta

    SQL data mapper for Go (by jackskj)

    The amount of packages imported is kind of a thing I want to remove. There is, for example, MySQL package but I use PG. Also, for many things I need sqlx, sometimes database/sql + carta. I would love to standardize all my database handling to make it simple, concise, and efficient;

  • groundup

    If you want more control then I am in the middle of making something that generates code but it's not blog ready. You might be able to look at the code and take it. I'm just doing it to learn. https://github.com/golangast/groundup

  • Buffalo

    Rapid Web Development w/ Go

    I just used go buffalo if I need a really quick blog. https://gobuffalo.io/

  • Echo

    High performance, minimalist Go web framework

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