Thank you to New Relic for hosting the April 2016 Golang SF meetup, sponsored by Iron.io!
Gohan with Nachi Ueno
Gohan provides a REST-based API server, database backend, CLI, and WebUI generated from a JSON schema. Gohan can interpret definitions and act as a REST API server. As opposed to Open API, which defines the API, Gohan defines the controller and data model as well.
Gohan provides for inheritance, schemas, policies and extensions. You can use a YAML format. Permission are defined by property using a CRUD model. You can also specify the relationship in the property;
Continue reading “GoLangSF April 2016: Gohan, Essentier and rqlite”
Lightning, thunder, and even hail swept through SF yesterday. But, that didn’t deter hundreds from hustling to Docker’s HQ for the Go 1.6 release party! GoSF received over 470 signups, a nice sum for a relatively young language.
Yesterday’s launch party boasted trivia, stuffed gopher giveaways, and a limited run T-shirt from Iron.io’s Bruce Lu. Oh, and as always there were some great talks.
Video of the talks will also be online soon! For the impatient, we’ve also included summaries and slides of last night’s talks below. Continue reading “GoSF: The 1.6 Release Party at Docker HQ”
The Go gopher was designed by Renee French. CC BY 3.0 US
Last night’s meetup, which was hosted by Betable, included two presentations and two lightning talks rounding out a solid evening for the GoSF group. Topics included identity on the web, safe storage of tokens (beyond ENV vars), and even the debut of a new Go-inspired embedded systems language.
Let’s take a look at each!
Continue reading “#GoSF: Identity, Safe Secrets, and IoT Friendly Languages”