Continuing with our #golang-tutorial blog series, in this post we will setup a Basic HTTP Server in Go. Our Web Server: Our Web Server will respond on 2 Request Paths: - / -> returns "Hello, Wolrd!" - /cheers
This is the second post from our Ruby Tutorial Series In this post we will setup our Ruby environment, then start printing out values to the console and will also be touching on variables. Ruby Environment: I have a Docker
Welcome! This will be a multi post ruby tutorial programming series, as I am on a mission learning ruby. Outline of the Series: This may change, but the path will look like this: Setup, The Terminal and Variables Arrays Data
From our Previous Post we wrote a basic golang app that reads the contents of a file and writes it back to disk, but in a static way as we defined the source and destination filenames in the code. Today
Today we will create a very basic application to read content from a file, and write the content from the file back to disk, but to another filename. Basically, doing a copy of the file to another filename. Golang Environment:
So everyone has been saying how awesome Golang is, and at this moment, I am quite curious to fiddle with it. Golang Environment: Golang Docker Image A quick way to get a Golang Environment, will be to use Docker. We
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