Sometime in November 2013 I began looking at Go. I started looking at the great documentation and tutorials on the golang site and following all sorts of blogs.
I still think Go is interesting and want to really do something with it, besides read about it and play a bit. The problem I have is not having a project to work on. I try to come up with ideas but don’t get far because I get busy with other things in my life.
Prototyping is often used to “quickly” implement a new feature or least part of a feature with the hopes of getting feedback to help determine if a real implementation should be provided.
Some brief notes about CQRS (Command-Query Responsibility Segregation) with Event Sourcing:
Typical, Hello World. I’m planning a reboot of my website and hopefully this is the beginning.
This post was originally posted on June 2, 2012 on my blog hosted at Blogger, but is being reposted here so the post doesn’t get lost since the Blogger blog is no longer being maintained.
There’s been lots of discussion lately about making Rails more object oriented. I’m not sure what spurred all the recent discussions, but I think it’s great that there are lots of discussions spreading around the community.