This is a blog mainly about my journey learning, working and experimenting with with Go.
I’m not sure when was the first time I heard of Go, but since the addition of generics to the language last year, I think that is a complete and at the same time simple and readable programming language.
I think Go makes a very good complement to Rust, as that it shares some of the strengths as a statically typed, compiled programming language, but it’s actually much easier to get started.
I’ve been using Caddy. which is written in Go, for two yeas to serve all my (static) sites and in the last couple of years I’ve started to use programs written in Go for all my self-hosted software.
- Last year, I started using Hugo for my static generated sites (https://aura.jetzt, https://denklab.org, https://rico-schmidt.name and this one).
- I’m currently using Forgejo to host my personal Git repository at https://git.rico-schmidt.name
And, since last year I’m co-developer and maintainer of the
tank component of
AURA, that is written in Go.
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