I have been using go for a few years now for a fairly large complex project (mostly back-end…and a…
Ed Samprakos

Read through this blog post by Rob Pike called “Errors are values” https://blog.golang.org/errors-are-values. It really helps to get Go developers into the mindset that they can do whatever they want with errors in Go because they’re values — meaning you can program them however you want to avoid `if err != nil` everywhere

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