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Rapid growth, lessons learned and improvements at Fly.io
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 6 Mar 2023
i also wanted a good cli for aws, and built one:
companies like fly are fantastic.
they provide a good service, and they put market pressure on aws.
From Go on EC2 to Fly.io: +fun, −$9/mo
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Feb 2023
cool transition and fun writeup!
for low, intermittent traffic sites, go on lambda might be a better comparison:
Ask HN: What is the most barebone back end solution?
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Feb 2023
lambda + s3. add ec2 spot if you need it.
just make sure you understand how billing works. mostly it’s just egress bandwidth is expensive.
do something like this:
or with less opinions:
welcome to cloud, glhf!
Ask HN: Cool side project you have written using Golang
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Feb 2023
aws ux for retaining both hair and sanity.
Static site hosting hurdles
11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 5 Sep 2022
aws has too many knobs, presumably to satisfy the union of the needs of all the enterprise customers. that said, lambda+s3+dynamodb+ec2 are pretty good once you tape over all the knobs that aren't needed. i work with them like this.
these days i build on aws and r2. aws for the nuts and bolts, r2 for high bandwidth egress. it's a perfect match.
Simple website approach and cost
2 projects | reddit.com/r/aws | 31 Aug 2022
Learning Go as a Python Developer: The Good and the Bad
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Jul 2022
i dragged my feet on go for a long time. i also thought that skipping go and moving to rust was the play. a few years later, i still write python often, but i don’t build systems with it. python i now use like bash, to glue things together and automate random things. it’s a fantastic language and i will never drop it.
the verbosity of go is the biggest hurdle for a pythonista. the thought of giving up context managers, decorators, iterators, comprehensions, exceptions, coroutines, it’s unthinkable. in comparison go is ugly. your aesthetic mind screams in protest.
write go full time. dive in. as months pass, not only will those aesthetic objections fade, your mental model from python cleanly transforms to go. go is what mypy tried to be. the cost was aesthetic changes. the benefit is worth it.
the zen of python says if it’s easy to explain it might be a good idea. this is go, and it is.
i rebuilt a reasonably sized project from python to go over the last few years. i also have a system that i maintained both python and go implementations for, sharing a test suite in python.
go, like python, is fantastic. use both in whatever amount works for you. don’t read about them, build with them. you won’t regret it.
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jul 2022
this is a good idea, but difficult to nail in scope and multi-lang support. i’ve made similar attempts[1,2]. tbh if this had go support i’d probably try it today.
json, yaml et al are ways to declare literal data. this is good. they are fine.
the issues always come from what the data is used for. nailing your schema, making your data structures as simple as they can be and no simpler, this is where the engineering happens. this is the hard part. literally all that matters.
not validating arbitrary data inputs is obviously a bad idea. whether you validate them via a high level library or tediously by hand isn’t very important.
what is important is that the data structures are sane, simple, and stable. if they are easy to describe, they might be a good idea. if the approach the complexity of general purpose pl, they probably aren’t.
most literal data schemas are too broadly scoped. too general. github actions, other ci, k8s, etc. they have too many knobs, too many permutations. this is not a feature, it is a failure of design.
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2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jul 2022
i’ve been trying really hard to write good docs lately. it’s kind of terrifying to describe something as easy and fun knowing that it could be hard and rage inducing, but we have to try!
yes, build a better terraform. build a better puppet. building again and better is the only solution, always has been.
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7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Jun 2022
i find managing aws and ec2 with their provided sdks via lambda on a 1 minute timer to be a good in between.
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nathants/libaws is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.