sync.ErrGroup

Read more →

Go 1.7 Released

Release day is always fun, and Go releases get me pretty excited. The 1.7 release is especially nice, so I’m going to mention some of my favorite changes in this release.
Read more →

Running i3 Window Manager on Bash For Windows

That might be the longest title for a blog post ever, but it’s kind of hard to describe what’s going on here if you’re not familiar with the latest updates from Microsoft land. Here’s a quick refresher:
Read more →

Career 2.0 - Go Training, Videos, Speaking

A week ago I decided to start a new journey. While I truly enjoyed working with Blake Mizerany and the team at backplane, I felt I really had a passion for training and growing the Go community and I decided I owe it to myself to pursue it.
Read more →

Old Dogs, New Tricks, and Cognitive Bias

For 15 or more years I have told myself that I can’t do frontend web work. I remember seeing a presentation from a co-worker on CSS in 2003 or so, and thinking it was just too complicated. I’ve always been the guy behind the scenes building the services that power the web, but never the one spending any time making them less ugly.
Read more →