Few months ago, I have started playing with go microservices, docker and Kubernetes. But this is difficult to manage and keep up to date a large amount of microservices instances during development. I was looking for a tool to watch changes and rebuild automatically microservices / docker images. The winner is edward :)
After go update (1.8 -> 1.9) on Visual Studio Code, you may have a message like “Go: cannot find GOROOT directory”, you have to update all tools.
A new setting workbench.fontAliasing was added (macOS) to control the font smoothing within the workbench and editor. By default, fonts are subpixel anti-aliased.
My blog is powered by Hugo (this is one of the most popular open-source static site generators built in go). The source code is hosted on Github, and Netlify built, deployed & hosted my Blog just Below CloudFlare who provides SSL certificate and manage the DNS of my domain goheroe.org. Of course everithing for free :)
In the Web Services Jungle i mean there are so many kinds of Web Services (XML RPC, SOAP, REST, …) with a lot of data formats (JSON, Protobuf, Thrift, XML,…). Services discovery is well mastered for SOAP and WSDL, REST and swagger or Thrift, but with gRPC it’s a little bit more complicated. So have a look at grpc Server reflection in go :)
Theres something i’ve been wondering for a long time that i need to get off my mind … How can i setup sudo with Touch ID ? You will tell me “this is not secure” , I don’t care about that :p It is as secure as disable sudo password or typing a fucky password
Asciinema is a nice tool for capture and save all the terminal output in a json file. You can publish the beautiful animated video record with a player on your website.
I just create the local Meetup group Kubernetes Nantes. Meetup groups are expected to create opportunities for members to share experiences and connect with each other. I hope to meet you soon :)
In software development we are using many operators and symbols. But in programming languages they are always represented with multiple characters (==, !=, >=, <=, =>, …), but still represent a single symbol. Almost all the code editors support font ligature and can be used to improve the rendering of source code on screen.