I have used cobra at least ounce in the past but what impresses me here is the code in nanopack, it is exquisite from the repo organization down to each line of code. The tools are really great and most importantly I am learning a lot from their simplicity at first sight. I just started running around learning the microservices architecture and of course go has been my fav language for a while.
A very great article indeed. When I started using Go, 12 months ago I had just started learning coding(after a workshop with python). I discovered it through a friend and when I had finished going through the ‘get started’ I could not stop and I think I am getting better at computer science in general without actually going to class. The only…
Would you recommend using a mocking library to someone learning Go and tdd or should I go with the standard library(I don’t usually use third parties until it is absolutely necessary). What I mean to know here is the advantage of using a mocking package over using just “testing”.
This really rang with my thoughts. I’m really not a great developer(in fact I think of myself as a beginner) but when I learn something new I can’t stop talking about it, even to and maybe mainly to the non-technical people. I cannot hide the joy that comes with finally getting the hang of an new concept and usually my brother is the victim even…
How would I use a Pipe to receive data from http.Multipart() and simultaneously read from it. To upload to an object storage.
Note: It is my first experience with Pipes so if there is an alternative way it would be great.
I am using minio go sdk for writing to my bucket: https://docs.minio.io/docs/golang-client-quickstart-guide