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great, what is the theme you are using at the terminal?
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thank you .
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This is by far the most clear tutorial I've seen on this subject. Well done bro.
I like tutorial everything being said just to the point
If no use CGO， scratch is a smallest image in runtime
`scratch` image is also very small, but debugging issues is also a pain. I stick with alpine.
Your content is amazing. You simplify a lot of complicated concepts in a very logical and detailed way. Thank you so much <3
Thank you very much
This course is actually way better than any other paid courses. I really appreciate it.
Is it possible to do the role based system. E.g admin,member superadmin etc. Can be of a great essence. Guide please
Thanks brother for those contributions, every day I learn something good with your videos!
Thanks! Really appreciated, it is the best backend stuff out there :)
Thanks bro :)
Thanks bro can you please Make golang Tutorial or Course in udemy I'm sure it's would be best golang recourse for beginners.
Thanks for your efforts.