Part of a series explaining Go from a Java developer perspective. This article covers code formatting rules, and other surprises enforced by the compiler.
Part of a series explaining Go from a Java developer perspective. This article covers Go’s three control structures… “if”, “for”, and “switch”.
Part of a series explaining Go from a Java developer perspective. This article covers the fundamentals of Go’s syntax, packages, functions, and variables.
The first of a series of articles explaining Go for Java programmers. What is Go, and how can it benefit you alongside Java?
Spring Boot is the next-generation system for easy setup of new Spring applications. Should you be using it in your Spring projects?
Caleb Doxsey’s An Introduction to Programming in Go is a short and sweet survey of the Go programming language (a.k.a. “Golang”). Clocking in at 165 pages with easy-readable font and margins, the book flies through the same material as other more dense options in the 500-600 page range. On the other hand, Doxsey tries to be […]
When should you deploy a Java app to the server as a traditional WAR file, and when should you use an embedded server in the application itself? […]
Installing the Oracle JDK on Ubuntu is painful since it was removed it from the apt repositories. Restore the easy install method with this simple script. […]