Have you ever used Go to communicate with SQL databases? Were you left feeling frustrated by the lack of quality options out there? Well worry no more, a new Go database library developed by canonical has just landed: SQLair.
I'll give you a quick overview of the library and show you how to make your Go database interactions a smooth and pleasant ride.
Session author's bio
Alastair is an enthusiastic techie with a penchant for doing things the hard way and diving into the guts of a problem. As an engineer at Canonical he operates in the office of the CTO where he works on projects related to cloud computing, primarily in the Go programming langauge. He has a passion for open source software and its positive social impact on the world. When not immersed in the depths of a terminal, tinkering with his home server, Alastair can be found exploring the outdoors, running or playing the piano up in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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