Go, testing and GitHub actions
Yes, another week without a particular theme, but sometimes that’s nice. More chance you’ll find something interesting that you like. At least that’s what I’m going to tell myself. Here’s hoping it is true for you.
A nice article discussing the implementation of pub/sub using goroutines and channels in Go. This is for internal pub/sub within your application, not distributed network pub/sub.
Go package to make lightweight ASCII line graph ╭┈╯ in command line apps with no other dependencies. If you’ve ever wanted to create a line graph on the console or other text based environment, this tool may help.
And a video about using GitHub Actions for more than just CI/CD. For those not familiar, GitHub Actions is a mostly free automation pipeline that you can use to execute actions, either community provided or self written in response to various events.