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Archive for the ‘Go (golang)’ Category

learning golang

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/05/21

Interesting course: [WayBack] Go: The Complete Developer’s Guide (Golang) | Udemy Master the fundamentals and advanced features of the Go Programming Language (Golang)

It covers:

  • Basics / Hello world
  • Structs
  • Pointers
  • Interfaces
  • Channels / Go Routines

–jeroen

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GitHub – Purik/AIO: Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/06

On my list of things to try: [WayBack] GitHub – Purik/AIO: Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi which are similar to what golang does.

Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi. Contribute to Purik/AIO development by creating an account on GitHub.

Via [WayBack] What you think about coroutine-based multithreading concurrency in Delphi like GoLang https://github.com/Purik/AIO Probably evolution paths, actuality… – Павел Миненков – Google+

–jeroen

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It was all Greek to me: Iota · golang/go

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/05/21

Context is king!

Being Dutch, my association with iota was the phrase “Ik snap er geen iota van” (English: “It’s all Greek to me”), basically indicating iota is extremely small, similar to [WayBack] Iota | Definition of Iota by Merriam-Webster:

1an infinitesimal amount jot  (did not show an iota of interest)
2the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet — see alphabet table

But the first time, I saw iota used in golang, I actually confused it with [WayBack] itoa – C++ Reference, because I am more than slightly wordblind.

So code like this was all Greek to me at first, not understanding the conversion from integer to ASCII**, and slightly later, not understanding iota to be extremely small either. Heck, its usage indicates it is small from infinitesimal:

const (
    _           = iota // ignore first value by assigning to blank identifier
    KB ByteSize = 1 << (10 * iota)
    MB
    GB
    TB
    PB
    EB
    ZB
    YB
)

So it took me a bit of thought to realise that it actually had to mean something completely different, so I found

It makes me wonder why they named it like this.

Slightly related:

–jeroen

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gdbgui – browser based debugger for C, C++, go, rust, Fortran. Modern gdb frontend.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/05

[WayBack] gdbgui – browser based debugger for C, C++, go, rust, Fortran. Modern gdb frontend.: gdbgui (gnu debugger graphical user interface)

Via: [WayBack] Browser-based debugger for C, C++, go, rust, and more – written in Python with Flask. https://github.com/cs01/gdbgui Easy installation via PyPI: pip i… – Joe C. Hecht – Google+

–jeroen

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The Way of the Gopher – Digg Data – Medium

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/19

Interesting read, especially about the node event-loop which tries to mask it is single threaded by doing cooperative multi-tasking: [WayBackThe Way of the Gopher – Digg Data – Medium – Making the Switch from Node.js to Golang.

It mentions [WayBack] GitHub – gengo/goship: A simple tool for deploying code to servers.

Via: [WayBackJonas Bandi on Twitter: “There’s that alarm that goes off in my brain when I read about something being fast and easy and production-level.”

https://twitter.com/jbandi/status/1026868884266278912

–jeroen

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