Talkin' 'bout code generation
Also Brian plays his guitar. 🤘
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Notes and Links
The panel dig deep on code generation in Go. Touching on the new go:embed feature in Go 1.16.
Brian talks about how we’re all guilty of overusing language features, like channels (see Go channels are bad and you should feel bad for an example).
The panel refers to https://litestream.io/ at one point, as an example of a closed-open-source project, and you can read more about on the Litestream GitHub page.
Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!