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In this episode we explore how Clever started using Go. What technologies did Clever start with, how did they transition to Go, and what were the motivations behind those changes? We then explore some of the OS tech written by the team at Clever.
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- Rafael Garcia – Twitter, GitHub
- Nathan Leiby – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn
- Jon Calhoun – Twitter, GitHub, Website
Notes and Links
- wag - a tool for generating Go web APIs using a subset of Swagger v2.
- sphinx - http rate limiting tool.
- leakybucket - leaky bucket implemented in Go.
- microplane - CLI used to make git changes across multiple repos.
- optimus - a library used to concurrently manipulate collections of data.
- Mo Repos, Mo Problems? How We Make Changes Across Many Git Repositories - a writeup by Nathan about how Clever uses the microplane CLI.