In the evening I finished Fair Warning by Michael Connelly, the 3rd book in the Jack McEvoy Series. It was an excellent read, highly recommended.
But the Pi 4 not only separated the network adapter from the USB bus, it also has USB 3.0, which can be 10x faster than USB 2.0 (theoretically). So when the USB boot beta was announced, I wanted to put it through its paces. And after testing it a bit, I decided to use the Pi 4 as my full-time workstation for a day, to see whether it can cope and where it falls short.
Source: I'm booting my Raspberry Pi 4 from a USB SSD, an article by Jeff Geerling.
This article describes what I think are some of the great things about Go, gives a very brief overview of the standard library, and then digs into the core language. But if you just want a feel for what real Go code looks like, skip to the HTTP server examples.
Source: An intro to Go for non-Go developers, an article by Ben Hoyt.