Go Gocountries!

I’ve had this post in the queue for a while.

Ironically, I ended up writing a tiny little wrapper around an awesome service that has to do with countries information fetching. I say ‘ironically’, because I’m about to change the country I live, actually. But that’s another story.
Going back to the tiny wrapper, it started just as a way to keep up with the Go language, which I like a lot but have few chances to play with, actually. Anyway, the tiny wrapper is around an awesome service run by fayder, RestCountries. There’s plenty of wrappers already, among which you can find the Ruby gem, restcountry, by a dear friend of mine, Daviducolo.

Guess which? 😛

BTW, there’s a glitch in the README.md of this Go library. Can you spot it and fix it? I’d be happy to merge your pull request. 🙂


I’m moving [Part 1]

As usual it’s been some time since my last post. I swear I’ve been through busy days. Anyway, I’m posting just to keep up with you and let you know I’m moving the blog (actually I’ve moved it) to this owned site. Please, join me here!

BTW1, this is just part 1 as I’m actually moving in my real life. But that’s another story and a specific blog post will be dedicated to that 🙂