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Using Ginkgo with Gomock

While working on my personal project in Golang, I ran into the usual withdrawal symptoms that any pivot experiences when they leave the comfort of the BDD tools afforded to rubyists.

Enter Ginkgo and Gomega, these tools helped take the edge off.

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Find an open source community

This is the third part in my learn to program series and it deals with finding an open source community to join. You may not think this is important, or you may think that you will survive solely on proprietary software, and I won’t tell you that you are wrong, I will just say: good luck.

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Learning your first programming language

You have probably heard that you can never fully master a programming language. While this is true it doesn’t mean you can’t learn the basic rules of a language fairly quickly (you can). Languages generally tend to be expressive, and as such, they are constantly evolving as the community pushes the limits of what the language was designed to do.

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So you want to be a programmer?

I have been asked by at least a few people if I could tell them the best way to get started with programming and I have been slightly ashamed that I was unable to confidently answer that question.

I got started in a way that was certainly not the most efficient one, and it really bugs me when I read answers to this question that assert that the only way to become a good programmer is to do what I did and walk uphill both ways in the snow while fighting compilers until you reflexively cringe at a mismatched bracket.

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