Dates and times in Go – Keeping track of time in code can be a headache. This tutorial takes a look at managing time in Go.
New protocol types in Python 3.8 – The new protocol class in Python 3.8 enables structural typing and other idiomatic patterns in Python. This article explains the protocols and their features.
7 GitHub projects to make you a better Go Developer – 7 amazing GitHub projects that will help you become a better Go developer. While some repos can help you have a self-learning path for Go, others can be useful for your workflows.
10 most popular open-source repositories on GitHub that are useful to develop/improve skills.
SQL join types explained visually – Merging two data sets using SQL or SQL tools can be accomplished through JOINS. A JOIN is a SQL instruction in the FROM clause of your query that is used to identify the tables you are querying and how they should be combined.
Getting from Django to Rust – This tutorial explains each step of creating a simple REST API in Rust through the eyes of a beginner.
How to troubleshoot memory problems in Python – “Python’s automatic garbage collection makes it easy to get up and going with the language, but it’s so good at being out of the way that when it doesn’t work as expected, developers can be at a loss for how to identify and fix the problem,” says Freddy Boulton. And memory problems? They’re the worst. Here are some troubleshooting tips.
apt-transport-oci – Ever wanted to distribute APT packages publicly, or without having to set up a repository infrastructure? This plugin allows for using a standard OCI container registry for package distribution.
A curated collection of publicly available resources on how technology and tech-savvy organizations around the world practice Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). This is an amazing collection of publicly available resources showcasing how tech organizations around the world practice Site Reliability Engineering!
7 principles of serverless systems – Going serverless? Here are some fundamental serverless principles to help you avoid pitfalls, missed deadlines, and breakdowns.
SRE: Incident severity levels – Here’s a guide to identifying and prioritizing incidents for faster resolution.