Modern Microprocessors - A 90-Minute Guide! – Okay, so you’re a CS graduate and you did a hardware course as part of your degree, but perhaps that was a few years ago now and you haven’t really kept up with the details of processor designs since then.
Learn Go: The complete course – Welcome to the course, and thanks for learning Go.
The Ultimate Guide To Software Engineering – This article will discuss the skills needed to become an excellent software engineer and how you can learn them.
The design decisions most responsible for Go’s success – This article dives deep into the Go programming language and wider environment to better understand why Go has grown in popularity when so many other language projects haven’t.
Programming guitar music – Get ready for open mic night. Timur Iskhakov shows you how to play a cover of Johnny Cash’s version of “Hurt”—no samples, sequencers, or actual guitars needed, just math, Go, and a few libraries for audio processing.
Command-line tools that you might not know about – Already a whiz at the command line? Julia Evans has put together a list of newish tools that could be useful.
Alternatives to common Unix commands – Here’s Ibraheem Ahmed’s alternatives collection.
EaseProbe – Lightweight status checks. Runs HTTP, TCP, Shell, SSH, and client connection (e.g. MySQL, Kafka, Postgres) health checks, and collects hosts (CPU, memory, disk) stats. Triggers notifications via common services (Slack, email, SMS, etc). Can report SLAs. Runs as a single (Go) binary. Open source.
New(ish) CLI tools – A list of new(ish) command line tools, replacements for standard tools.
Unlock your full programming potential with The Key V2.0 – Often imitated, never duplicated.