The time has come to shut down Quibb. If you don’t read any further, and used Quibb at any point — I’d like to simply say thank you, for trusting the product with your time and attention, and for contributing to what was imho one of the most helpful, forward-thinking, and generous groups of…
Thank you for your response. This is actually the impetus for my post. I just had a kid last month- he’s the best and I love spending time with him. Just started to smile, which is awesome.
The amount of time I spend with him has forced me to reconsider how I was spending my time previously. I love building, but some things are more valuable. Hence this post.
The speed of channels isn’t really the point, but I couldn’t help but wonder how fast they are. So I wrote a benchmark!
My benchmark sends a single byte at a time to a goroutine that just reads and discards the byte. Here’s my benchmark.
The latest proxy functionality in AWS API Gateway & Lambda enables some nice new capabilities, so I wanted to share the “blueprints” for a program called “up”.
EDIT: I didn’t see anyone working on this kind of project, so I started it here https://github.com/apex/up.