Go (also referred to as Golang) is a statically typed, compiled programming language designed at Google by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. Go is syntactically similar to C, but with memory safety, garbage collection, structural typing, and CSP-style concurrency.
I was just started learning Go programming a week ago. I've read some books and decided to start coding and get used to it. Most of the time when I hit the wall, I'll do a quick search on it. With PHP, the PHP Manual has been my primary source. The comments below are treasure. As with Go, I believe it's godoc.
Web application development cannot be separated with communicating with 3rd party API. I'll write an example of how using guzzle package on Laravel framework. Although I uses Laravel 5.7, the code mentioned here should be similar with any Laravel 5.* version.
When it comes on choosing software version to be used, I always use two approach. On my daily desktop computer I'll run the latest version available, meanwhile on my production servers I'll run older version. The reason why I use an older version on my production servers is whenever I found a bug or an issue, there's chance some other persons found it already. There are probably already have some workarounds too.
The installation process for PostgreSQL 11 on Ubuntu or Linux Mint is, like a lot of things in the Linux world, less than intuitive for new users. As much for my own benefit as anyone else's, Now I am going to walk through the steps to getting PostgreSQL installed and configured on a Linux box.