Our Experience with Golang

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 90 It was a good experience, Go is generally very nice, and we are all comfortable that this was the correct decision for many reasons. I’d recommend that anyone curious about Golang to give it a try; in particular, commit to persisting through the first 2 weeks, where you will most […]

Comparing Go and Java

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 75 Comparing Use Cases RESTful API server Both Java and Go have well-supported platform for developing RESTful APIs. The swagger-codegen project and a few other tools can generate server stubs for both Java and Go. REST API libraries in Java mostly use annotations to configure various aspects of the API like […]

Attributes in C#

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 186 Attributes in C#:- Types, members, and other entities in a C# program support modifiers that control certain aspects of their behavior. For example, the accessibility of a method is controlled using the public, protected, internal, and private modifiers. C# generalizes this capability such that user-defined types of declarative information can […]

Delegates in C#

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 198 Delegates in C#:- A delegate type represents references to methods with a particular parameter list and return type. Delegates make it possible to treat methods as entities that can be assigned to variables and passed as parameters. Delegates are similar to the concept of function pointers found in some other […]

Enums in C#

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 193 Enums in C#:- An enum type is a distinct value type with a set of named constants. The following example declares and uses an enum type named Color with three constant values, Red, Green, and Blue. using System; enum Color { Red, Green, Blue } class Test { static void […]