If you want to do Flow-Based Programming in Go, there are a couple of frameworks and libraries available. Or you simply do it with pure Go. After all, how difficult can it be?
In Flow-Based Programming, programs are modeled as data flowing between independent processing units. Who would not think of channels and goroutines as a natural analogy?
Connecting two processes at TCP/IP level might seem scary at first, but in Go
it is easier as one might think.
Let’s face it: Pictures taken with a smartphone usually aren’t quite like Ansel Adams masterpieces. But with a little post-processing, some of them might still reveal their true beauty. A couple of Go libraries can help.
How Google tackled the problem of processing enormous amounts of data, and how you can do the same with Go.
JSON is the lingua franca of exchanging data over the net and between applications written in different programming languages. In this article, we create a tiny JSON client/server app in Go.
How to generate random numbers, and the difference between math/rand and crypto/rand.
RESTful Web API’s are ubiquitous. Time for a minimalistic, five-minutes video tutorial about REST, RESTful API’s, and buidling a REST server in Go.
Regular Expressions are slow, ugly, error-prone, incomprehensible,… Or are they? Find out by learning regexp basics.