We are using bug tracking system, as most of the software development companies. Creating an issue is quite simple. Open bug tracking system, fill some inputs, upload attachments – done. Issue is created. Sometimes issue is described with multiple attachments (screenshots). Bug tracking system allows us to embed images into description. All issues come from users in a form of email.
In the ancient times, when I was coding mostly in Pascal – size did matter. People were using RAR to shave couple kilobytes from archives, and having 2mb executable was better then having 4mb executable file. In that beautiful time we used UPX – I wasn’t aware that this project is still alive, and works nicely with binaries create bo go lang.
Ultimate Packer for eXecutables Copyright (C) 1996 - 2017 UPX 3.
The goal was to read image dimension from image file. Pretty easy task with standard “
” library and DecodeConfig. The tricky part was – file wasn’t completed – I had only beginning of the file . Obviously I tried to decode headers by myself. I didn’t found exact recipe in GO, and found a lot of people looking for correct answer in many languages.
If you are looking for simple way to upgrade yourt golang installation on EC2, you can experience error like that:
Error: Package: golang-bin-1.5.1-0.el6.x86_64 (epel) Requires: go = 1.5.1-0.el6 Installing: golang-1.4.2-3.19.amzn1.x86_64 (amzn-main) Because on amzn-main repo, there is an older version of golang – on epel, there is a newer. Nothing simplier just disable for a momement amzn-main repo, and install golang compeltly from epel.
sudo yum --disablerepo=amzn-main --enablerepo=epel install golang-bin
Google Cloud storage
it’s Google answer to [Amazon S3] service. As long one of them is very popular 😉 Second wasn’t so successful amongst developers due to quite complex processes around service. Amazon is super simple, and developer friendly – Google… well not so easy. So the questions – why you may consider using GS instead of well documented, and super easy S3. Not many people realise but Google Cloud Storage is
. The other reason to use Google Storage is having different provider as a backup solution. Anyway – let’s show how easy is to use GS with existing S3 libraries.