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Load testing tools

https://yandex.ru/dev/tank/ [Tool | Free] https://jmeter.apache.org/ [Tool | Free] http://tsung.erlang-projects.org/ [Tool | Free] https://gatling.io/ [Tool | Free/$] https://k6.io/ [Tool | Free/SaaS] https://locust.io/ [Tool | Free] https://loader.io/ [SaaS | Free/$] https://artillery.io [Tool | Free/$] https://github.com/wg/wrk [Tool | Free]

Ubuntu — play games with joystick

I have Linux Mint, but it should fit any Ubuntu-based distributive.

«Awesome go» resources

A list of good resources for each go specific part — https://github.com/avelino/awesome-go. A list of good tools for go performance or just fast libs — https://github.com/cristaloleg/awesome-go-perf

Copy events from one calendar to another

If your employer does not let you import your work google calendar, you can do it manually all the time or try to automate it. I tried zappier for automation for a couple of weeks now. Works nice. https://zapier.com/apps/google-calendar/tutorials/automatically-copy-events-from-one-google-calendar-to-another https://zapier.com/blog/updates/703/google-calendar-integrations

Read logs from docker container

How to start with google bigquery

Here is the list of thing I noticed when started to work with bigquery. First you need to create a project — https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/quickstarts/quickstart-web-ui. That’s how you create a service key for bigquery — https://cloud.google.com/docs/authentication/getting-started. Select your project on the very top of the page, and then create JSON key. And don’t forget to set is …

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Interesting alternative to grpc_cli

https://github.com/ktr0731/evans It has REPL mode and CLI mode for e2e tests I think, it could be a good alternative to grpc_cli.

Go library for creating slack bots

You can use it like that:


How to work with core dumps of Go programs

If you want to check what is going on in your service during load (on production or during stress testing process), you can take a core dump of your app and load it into Goland for further debugging.

Then open it your Goland: Navigate to Run | Open Core Dump. In the Executable field, …

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