Let me bring you into my world

You’d wonder what can keep somebody working in an office, at a desk, and talk with different people from all over the world every day, some of them angry and anxious, others frustrated or just annoyed because of the color of a button. The answer is that it’s just amazing how wonderful the feeling can be of assisting someone and managing to resolve different issues - some of them simple, some…


Emulating a Redis Failover with Docker

Reading the Redis documentation can be a bit confusing without the hands-on experience. You could in theory create multiple processes of the Redis Server on your machine and configure each of them in part, but what if you could do it in a few commands? Not only that but emulate the network they’re connected to as well. I’ve been looking into this and there’s a few examples out there on Web, the…


should your online business use API?

Why Should Your Online Business Offer API

There are several ways to extend a business model but API is a hot topic right now as the online world is expanding very fast. If you’re a developer or at least interacted with APIs before, you probably know why public APIs are so important, but there’s a big chance you didn’t hear or care about them before and now you’re wondering why everyone talks about them. What is an API In computer…


Better is possible and real

We all wish, hope and want for good things to happen as often as possible in our life. Even from the beginning, we are all trying to be good kids, then, as teenagers to get good grades, as young people to graduate a good college, as adults to have a good job, to build a good family and live a good life. Good is enough, is normal...is perfect. But let me ask you something: isn’t it interesting the…


Counting lines and words using Go

For those who need to count words and lines in text files, an easy approach for this matter is to use bufio.ScanWords and bufio.ScanLine in order to quickly solve the problem. To count words: [crayon-60fae0f925c23349143265/] ScanWords is a split function for a Scanner that returns each space-separated (checks unicode.IsSpace) word of text, with trimmed whitespace. To count lines:…