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Sat 20 Feb 2021

Life of an HTTP request in a Go server

Go is a common and well-suited tool for writing HTTP servers. This post discusses the route a typical HTTP request takes through a Go server, touching upon routers, middleware and other related issues like concurrency.

Source: Life of an HTTP request in a Go server, an article by Eli Bendersky.

Level your productivity up with your shell’s history and aliases

Days ago I came across a blog post teaching about using your shell’s history more intensively to boost productivity. I wanted to reflect on my own usage, and share some of my tips and tricks.

Over the time, I created a lot of aliases useful to me, and I also reused some from the community. In the end I accumulate so much aliases that I can’t remember them all 🙂

Source: Level your productivity up with your shell’s history and aliases, an article by Morgan Wattiez.

Seize the day: Training your brain to get stuff done

You stare at a pile of notes and your list of to-dos continues to increase every day. The number of impending deadlines is overwhelming so you attempt to sit down and work. However, your brain would rather inspect that random mark on your wall than be productive. You get a notification, open it, and suddenly you are riding the procrastination train again. Sounds familiar? You are not alone.

Source: Seize the day: Training your brain to get stuff done, an article by L. Leal.