It all starts with a Rails application - business as usual. In one particular situation, we need to upload some complex excel sheet and update ElasticSearch with over 10k entries. The initial code was written in Ruby and run via sidekiq jobs but was taking about 28minutes to update the index! This was a bottle … Continue reading Rails, ElasticSearch and Go – merry go round
RISE was the first of Web Summit taking on Asia. Hong Kong is indeed an excellent place for conference of this scale. Over 5000 attendees and 500 different startup exhibiting their products is indeed a mind blowing experience. The scale of the event started with having a separate immigration counter at the airport for Riseconf … Continue reading RISE of a new conference!
After the resounding success of GopherCon 2014 in Denver, Co, USA the Go Language Community in India together with the Innovation And Technology Trust (ITT) (a non-profit organization, established to organize and conduct technology conferences in India whose current portfolio includes RubyConf India, GopherCon India and DevOpsDays India) are bringing you the first-ever Go conference … Continue reading The First-Ever Go Conference in India – GopherConIndia 2015
We shall build a fun Go app that accepts city names from a user and displays the current weather forecast in those cities, to the user. In a previous article we learned how to use The Google Geocoding API in Go. Here too, we shall use Geocoding to help us convert addresses (like "1600 Amphitheatre … Continue reading A Fun, Weather Forecast Go Web App
Many of you at the "free" Go programming course have been asking "How do I use Gmail with Go?" To answer that question, we will quickly build a fun Go web app that uses Gmail to send off emails. I am assuming that you have downloaded and installed Go and have set the GOPATH properly. … Continue reading Fun with Gmail and Go
In part one of this tutorial, we installed the Google App Engine SDK and then built and ran a simple web app locally. In part two, we deployed this simple web app to the Google App Engine and shared it with users worldwide. In part three, we learned about package template (namely text/template and html/template). … Continue reading Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, Part Four
In part one of this tutorial, we installed the Google App Engine SDK and then built and ran a simple web app locally. In part two, we deployed this simple web app to the Google App Engine and shared it with users worldwide. Now, we will learn about the template package (namely text/template and html/template). … Continue reading Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, Part Three