Go certainly caught a lot of attention. Let’s look at the bad parts!
Go certainly caught a lot of attention. Let’s look at the good parts!
Let’s build an SSH server in Go that launches Docker containers for each session!
Turns out, this working remotely thing might be better than what we used to do in the office.
At home, after a discussion about hardware, password managers, and IDEs, we went to the topic of programming.
You have two servers and want to serve the traffic for an IP address on one server from another server?
Now that we have all the basics covered it is time to implement OpenAPI / Swagger in our project.
There are a million Docker tutorials out on the Internet, but few explain what’s actually going on behind the scenes when you issue your first commands. So let’s take a look!
Since our API-driven software is now running, let’s get started on the database.