TLWI Golang #97

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Hey there, tech enthusiasts!

Welcome to another exciting edition of our weekly newsletter. We have an amazing lineup of topics to share with you this week, including a new easy-to-use workload orchestrator, some programming concepts you might not know about, and some in-depth tutorials on building your Kubernetes and creating a GO environment using docker.

First up, we present to you the revolutionary Nomad - a performant and flexible workload orchestrator. Its unique features include the ability to deploy a mix of microservices, batch, containerized, and non-containerized applications with ease of operation and scaling. What's more, it comes with native Consul and Vault integrations to guarantee a seamless experience.

Are you looking to upskill and learn GO? Look no further than our tutorial series! In part one, we take you through the process of creating an environment using docker - check it out and get started on your journey to becoming a GO pro.

Now, we all know programming can be challenging, and there are some concepts that are not so apparent. Fear not, as we've got you covered with our article on Misknown programming concepts explained in simple terms. It's a handy reference guide for all levels of developers - from beginners to experienced coders.

For those of you looking to build your Kubernetes, you wouldn't want to miss part 4 of our tutorial series where we delve into node setup. We know this can be a daunting process, but with our expert guidance, it can be a breeze.

Finally, we wrap up this week's newsletter with part two of our tutorial series on creating a GO server. Learning GO and creating a server is made easy with our step-by-step guide that even newbies can follow along.

That's it for this week's edition. We hope you found our content informative and engaging. Remember, stay curious and keep learning!

Dennis

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