Srimal Nishantha

Srimal Nishantha

@Srimaln91

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Joined on November 10, 2012
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59. in country Sri Lanka and category Personal

102. in country Sri Lanka and category Community

306. in country Sri Lanka

Go: Stringer Command, Efficiency Through Code Generation https://t.co/VdrZBLLEH1 #golang #go

Debugging Go Programs using Delve: https://t.co/ctZJoUaFkZ

Generics in Go – How They Work and How to Play With Them: https://t.co/tg3tcYNQrb

Interesting read about "Why You Should Avoid Pointers in Go". #golang
What's your opinion?

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Interesting read about "Why You Should Avoid Pointers in Go". #golang What's your opinion? https://t.co/KmxSmPuZDT https://t.co/R8jIglgmNQ

Go: How Does gops Interact with the Runtime? https://t.co/Ubi4mWJuNp #golang #go

Go: How Does a Goroutine Start and Exit? https://t.co/7N91MoNXMO #golang #go

An Introduction to Rust from Go's Perspective: https://t.co/6xuboTNXqL #video

Netscanner – Golang TCP/UDP scanner to find open or closed ports https://t.co/MnqITSo5WN

Go: What Does a Goroutine Switch Actually Involve? https://t.co/sNuucnheC7 #golang #go

The Awesomeness of The `httptest` Package in Go: https://t.co/60TdsNmKZX (`httptest` is awesome and has more use cases than just straight automated unit tests.)

v1.10.2 of the #golang compress package released, with ~50% faster gzip/zip/deflate de-compression and less memory usage for compression of the same types: https://t.co/LW6Prxgi3m

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