Concurrency The below video was shared on Twitter. It’s a really great view into concurrency and how Go’s system differs from […]
Back when I was taking the Offensive Security course… we made a lot of use of Kali Linux’s “dirb” utility… […]
In my work, I write code on a Mac and deploy to work environments like Windows Server or Centos Linux. […]
Each thing I learn in Go, I find myself trying to refer to it as I would in another language […]
Notes from the course Learn How to Code: Google’s Go Programming Language Go and Types Like all languages values are […]
Note: Only utilize a port scanner on sites you have permission to test. Also, note the legalities of port scanners […]
In the Go language there is a concept of deferring an action till later. As far as I can tell, […]
I hadn’t come across this concept in previous languages I worked in.  In Go, however, this concept came up in […]
As a little example of basic Golang, I wrote a little app that takes user input and reverses the word […]
Unused Code in Go (Golang) In the Go language (Golang) there is a concept that threw me for at first. […]

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I recently looked at the Web Automation framework, Webdriver IO, in 2021 and compared it to what I currently use. […]
Many years ago, when I first started with web automation, I used a Ruby web framework called Watir. A lot […]
Recently I came to an issue of needing to wait for an element to load. Selenium does have a WebdriverWait […]
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