This is a story of how I ended up starting and developing a habit of solving a problem every day, accidentally. And as they say, “Good habits are worth being fanatical about.”, so I am.
On September 03, 2020, I found this website Daily Coding Problem, where you can subscribe to a newsletter and get one problem a day in your mail. I like the initiative, so I immediately signed up to test it, as I had never seen such a use of a newsletter. And as they say:
People find their paths in the strangest of ways.
Understanding the semantic version tags of the dependencies in the
go.mod file in GoLang.
Before we begin, let’s review a quick description of GoLang and Go Modules:
Go is a statically typed, compiled & open source programming language backed by Google.
Go 1.11 and 1.12 include preliminary support for modules, Go’s new dependency management system that makes dependency version information explicit and easier to manage…
Starting in Go 1.13, module mode will be the default for all development.
go.mod file is the key to dependency resolution in the Go modules or packages. And in terms of blog.golang.org:
My name is Shivam Rathore, I go by the username @Shivam010, in most of the places. I am a technology enthusiast and an open-source contributor who currently, works as a Senior Software Engineer at @Appointy, an online scheduling platform.
“I believe in loyalty. And I think it is a two-way street, and if I’m asking for it from you then you’re getting it from me.”
I also work as a freelancer and ghost worker, helping individuals and organizations achieve their goals. If you got something to discuss, any project idea, any help you need? or maybe wanna just say Hello…
Stupidity always wins…
Let me tell you a story, a Stupid Story !! This story starts and ends right at the same time… Well, one can complain about that, but as I said, it’s a stupid story 🤷♂
So, as the story starts with its end, there is literally no end…
I know it’s crazy but when it’s me against stupidity, “Stupidity always wins…”