This is the second part of this series. In this video, I get into the heart of the series by maturing the quick and dirty list implementation from the last video and making it a more standalone module. In the process, I show the basics of Object Oriented Programming in Go.
I wanted to learn Go. So I learned Go. I was proud of learning Go pretty quickly. So I decided why don’t I share with the world my approach to learning a new programming language. And then this blog was born. So come learn Go with me as I explore the ins and outs of the language under the guise of building and using my very own circular doubly linked list implementation.
This is the first part of this series. In this video, I build a quick and dirty circular doubly linked list to get my bearings in the Go language. Will cover some very fundamental Go concepts that we will build on much more in future videos.
This is not another tutorial or introductory article about Docker containers. Instead, I want to use this article to try and help newcomers reach an “Aha!” moment sooner than later. And that moment is the realization that while looking and feeling like virtual machines, containers work best when addressing packaging and deployment of an individual process. Continue reading “Let’s Talk Containers”
Facebook is to social media as McDonald’s is to fast food. Yep! Life in 2018. Continue reading “Facebook Is The New McDonald’s”
I love fluent interfaces, and I love the builder pattern. In this post, I’ll use a Java library I recently open sourced to talk about both. Continue reading “Builder Pattern and Fluent Interfaces”
Much Ado About Everything is back after a very long hiatus. Shan joins me as we discuss the lack of true leadership in current American society.
In this blog post I go over uploading Java artifacts to the Central Maven repository, so that they can be used as dependencies by any developer in any Java project in the world (provided they have an internet connection and a Maven repository compatible build or dependency management tool). Continue reading “Publishing Java Artifacts to Central Maven repository”