Articles tagged with bard
Go 1.20.4 was released on May 2, 2023, and includes four changes to the language,
as well as bug fixes to the compiler, the go command, the linker, the runtime,
and the standard library.
Changes to the language
- The ability to convert a slice to an array.
- The …
A polyglot source code repository is a repository that contains source code
written in multiple programming languages. This can be useful for projects that
require the use of multiple languages, such as web applications that use both
There are several benefits to using a polyglot source code …
Go is a programming language that is known for its simplicity and efficiency. One
of the things that makes Go so easy to use is its flexible directory structure.
There are no strict rules about how to organize your Go code, which gives you a
lot of freedom to create …
In software engineering, a push experiment is a type of experiment where a new
version of a software product is pushed to users without their consent. This can
be done in a variety of ways, such as through an automatic update or by requiring
users to manually install the new …
Bazel and Gradle are two of the most popular build systems for Java and other
languages. They both have their own strengths and weaknesses, and the best choice
for you will depend on your specific needs.
In this article, we will compare and contrast Bazel and Gradle in terms of …
In software development, vendoring a library means to include the library's source
code in your project's codebase. This is done instead of installing the library
as a dependency, which would require the library to be installed on the user's machine.
There are a few reasons why you might want to …
Microservices are all the rage these days. They're a great way to build scalable,
resilient applications. And the best language for microservices development is
Rust is a newer language, but it's quickly gaining popularity. It's memory-safe,
fast, and expressive. And it has a great community of developers who are …