Go for Rubyists. Part 8. Concurrency in Go, Ruby and Elixir

Hey folks, hope you had a great weekend and it’s time to learn something new!
Today we will observe the concurrency topic. And since it’s not such a fair comparison for Ruby, which’s forte is definitely not a concurrency, I will add Elixir to today’s article. But still, since the series is about Go, the main focus will be on it. Don’t expect performance comparison, I believe it’s not fair to compare these languages since they all have slightly different focus.

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Golang for Rubyists. Part 7. Ruby and Golang, methods comparison

Hello, my dear friends. We all love Ruby (you too, right?) for its expressiveness and a set of useful methods out of the box. It would be a pleasure if when start using a new language, you had the similar methods or at least familiar ways to achieve same goals. Let’s try to pick a few useful methods from Ruby and find out, are there any equivalents in Golang for them.

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Golang for Rubyists. Part 5. How to start applying Golang to AWS Lambda

In the company I work for, we recently started using Golang for lambda functions development, to replace domination of Node.js ones and with a hope of getting better performance and development speed. I can just say that so far things run smoothly, and I will have a more thorough post about lambdas development on Go on the company blog. And here I will help you get started with it, create your first function and deploy it to the cloud.
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