Archive for August, 2016

A Filesystem on Noms

Since Noms dropped last week the dev community has seemed into it. “Git for data” — it simultaneously evokes something very familiar and yet unconstrained. Something that hasn’t been well-noted is how much care the team has taken to make Noms fun to build with, and it is. Noms is a content-addressable, decentralized, append-only database. It borrows [...]





Posted on August 9, 2016 at 3:54 pm by ahl · Permalink · 5 Comments
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I Love Go; I Hate Go

I liked Go right away. It was close enough to C and Java to be instantly familiar, the examples and tutorials were straightforward, and I was quickly writing real code. I’ve wanted to learn Go since its popularity was surging few years ago. In no danger of being judged an early adopter, I happily found [...]





Posted on August 2, 2016 at 3:19 am by ahl · Permalink · 23 Comments
In: Software