One of the things I had wanted to do for a long time was to build a Linux distribution that was simple, straightforward, and decently resource efficient. I attempted this, and did not exactly succeed. In the process, I learned a lot, broke many things, and fundamentally changed my understanding of technology, systems, and software engineering. I intend to share some of the lessons and paradoxes I encountered on my journey.
Today, I decided to create a website for myself, to host random code and blog about (mostly) programming. Tech Stack To build this blog, I used Hugo with the Binario theme. To host this, I ran Hugo and a custom reverse proxy with docker-compose on a VM on Google Cloud Platform. I am using Cloudflare for DNS and HTTPS. In the past, I have used a lot of web hosting tech, some of which worked out well and some of which did not.
hey guys, I have a library project that I’m using in my android app w/ gomobile, there’s a SIGILL crash on exynos (samsung), so I’m looking for .o and/or .sym for the compiled binary, #general says this is the place to pose this question — shipit, on Gophers Slack The night of October 24, this question appeared on the #darkarts channel in the Gophers Slack (a group chat of ~33k Go programmers — sign up here).