TLWI Golang #100

Hey there, how's it going? It's time for this week's edition of our newsletter and we've got an array of exciting stuff lined up for you. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy!

First up, we have an exclusive article titled Why I Love Golang. If you're curious about the fuss surrounding this programming language, you definitely don't want to miss this one. Get ready to learn why Go is worth your time, effort and appreciation.

In other news, there's a new release that's got the Go community buzzing. Go-carbon v2.2.1 is out, and it promises to be simple, semantic and developer-friendly, providing an easier way of working with datetime in Go.

Next up, we have a fantastic tool for all you software development pros out there. Behold, the CLI tool and library for generating a Software Bill of Materials from container images and filesystems! This is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to enhance their compliance with open-source vulnerabilities.

If you're looking to automate some mundane tasks, we've got you covered. We're excited to introduce the new course Automate the Boring Stuff with GO. This is a comprehensive course on how to use the Go programming language to automate tasks and create useful scripts.

Lastly, we have an important article that you shouldn't miss if you're a Go developer. Formatting and linting in Go is crucial in ensuring your code can be read, understood and maintained by other developers. So don't miss out on tips and tricks to help make your Go code look sleek, professional and easily manageable.

That's it for now. We hope you'll find these resources helpful and we'll see you again soon for the next edition of our newsletter. Happy coding!


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