Logging is a very essential part of large software, it’s hard to overstate the importance of logging, be it performance metrics logging, error logging, or debug logging for troubleshooting later.
We live in the world where there are so many offerings of information in all possible formats: podcasts, videos, blogs, etc.
When I say “testable code”, what I mean is code that can be easily programmatically verified.
API clients are very helpful when you’re shipping your REST APIs to the public.
You may ask why doing this if we can use PersistentVolume?
I always wanted to find a good use case of Google Home to make some DevOps tasks funnier.
If you are running HTTP server and want to rate limit requests to the endpoints, you can use well-maintained tools such as github.
This post is a text version of packagemain #6: Building Desktop App in Go using Wails video.