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Kubernetes Ready Service in Go - #kubernetes

Write a Kubernetes Ready Service with Go

if you have ever tried Go, you probably know that writing services with Go is an easy thing. Yes, we really need only few lines to be able to run http service. But what do we need to add if we want to prepare our service for production? Let’s discuss it by an example of a service which is ready to be run in Kubernetes.


 Brian Scott

Go MySQL Beginners Tutorial [Video]

 Brian Scott

The Ultimate Guide to Writing Dockerfiles for Go Web-apps

The Ultimate Guide to Writing Dockerfiles for Go Web-apps

You probably want to use Docker with Go, because:

1. You have to work with different versions of Go on the same machine.

2. You need exact, reproducible, shareable and deterministic environments for development as well as production.

3. You need a quick and easy way of building and deploying a final compiled binary.

4. You might want to get started quickly (anyone with Docker installed can start coding right away without setting up any other dependencies or GOPATH variables).

Well, you’ve come to the right place. READ MORE

 Brian Scott

Define configuration schema and Create go files, A wrapper over viper.

 Brian Scott

Elasticsearch query examples with Golang

Elasticsearch query examples with Golang

Queries in Elastic differ quite a lot from standard (No)SQL ones. Even though the end result is pretty much the same (get all from table A, order by column B,C desc where column D like ‘E’) and you could easily draw a line between those two, the complexity of queries in Elastic is way much higher compared to SQL ones.

 Brian Scott

Create and manage MacOS LaunchAgents using Go

 Brian Scott

So just how fast are channels anyway?

So just how fast are channels anyway?

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!

 Brian Scott

Gophercises.com - Phone Normalizer Exercise Released! [VIDEO]

 Brian Scott

JustForFunc #27 - two ways of merging N channels

 Brian Scott

Packing multiple binaries in a Golang package

An article aimed at beginners to understand how to compose more complex packages, beyond making the usual “one package - one binary” ones. You can check it out here.

 Ilija Eftimov

Instrumenting a Buffalo Application with New Relic

 Brian Scott

imdario/gluo: write your Go net/http server once, deploy it everywhere

Write your HTTP application in Go once, deploy it everywhere (on-premise & AWS Lambda supported)


Just call gluo.ListenAndServe instead of http.ListenAndServe.

package main

import (

func handler(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
        w.Write([]byte("Hello from Gluo"))

func main() {
        gluo.ListenAndServe(":3000", http.HandlerFunc(handler))
 Dario Castañé

Go Support now in AWS Lambda

 Brian Scott

Buffalo v0.10.3 Released! - File Uploads, Unix Socket Support & Improved Windows Support

Buffalo Blog https://blog.gobuffalo.io/buffalo-v0-10-3-released-d871076013d1

 Brian Scott

Colly - Fast and Elegant Scraping Framework for Gophers

Colly - Fast and Elegant Scraping Framework for Gophers.

With Colly you can easily extract structured data from websites, which can be used for a wide range of applications, like data mining, data processing or archiving.


Clean API
Fast (>1k request/sec on a single core)
Manages request delays and maximum concurrency per domain
Automatic cookie and session handling
Sync/async/parallel scraping
Automatic encoding of non-unicode responses
Robots.txt support
Google App Engine support
 Brian Scott

Gophercises.com - coding exercises for budding gophers

Gophercises.com - coding exercises for budding gophers

Gophercises is a FREE course that will help you become more familiar with Go while developing your skills as a programmer. In the course we will build roughly 20 different mini-applications, packages, and tools that are each designed to teach you something different.

 Brian Scott

Datacol an open source control layer on top of cloud(AWS/GCP)

Datacol is a control layer on top of cloud(AWS/GCP), to provide Heroku like experience with power of Kubernetes under the hood

More: https://www.datacol.io/

Github : https://github.com/datacol-io/datacol

 shyam mohan kanojia

Automating the Backup of GitHub Repositories Using ghbackup

Let me explain my setup to keep backups of my repositories on my own server.