The Zen of Go / Dave Cheney

Something that came out of the discussion around the debacle of try earlier in the year was a comment that Peter Bourgon made on the GoTime podcast where he suggested that Go should have a set of values. His specific example was “error handling should be explicit”. This comment stuck with me and interacted with a comment that Daniella Petriziliack made around the same time. Both of their comments pointed me back to PEP-20, the Zen of Python. My idea is to work from that document as a foundation and try to suggest some values that are foundational to all Go programs.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:11
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    Simple (readable) or Performant?

    In my previous workplace, I was solving a problem in fewer function calls. But my team lead told us we have to keep it readable.

    It was not about Golang, it was Python. And the workplace was an animation studio. What are your opinion?

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