Trying out Microsoft Visual Studio Code for the first time and it turns out to be the best IDE for #golang development so far. Guru, Delve, godef, godoc, goimports, goreturns, gorename, go-symbols, all built-into very stable and feature-rich default Go extension.
Btw: Check out this link - how to get rid of the annoying icon on Mac OS X.
Gopher icon for your Mac OS X app! #golang https://t.co/HIvh5AH0Qv
Hey everyone! Had a great first meet-up a few week ago. Thanks again Pressly for hosting! Trying to find a way to reach out to people in the community. Is there an IRC channel somewhere golang.to people are haunting? golang.to is a cool resource, but w
NewStore TechTalk - Advanced Testing with Go by Mitchell Hashimoto
Tech star Mitchell Hashimoto talks about "Advanced Testing with Go". Recorded in Berlin on
errors.New("foo") < pkg.ErrValue < err.(pkg.ErrType) < errors.Cause(err).(pkg.ErrType)
I like the proposed https://github.com/pkg/errors API. It reminds me @maciej's https://github.com/goware/errorx, but feels a bit simpler - and I like that you can Wrap and annotate multiple layers of errors, which is even better than a nice stack trace.