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+title = "link summary 2016/07/08"
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+date = "2016-07-08T21:00:00+00:00"
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+author = "Gibheer"
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+Agin a small link collection with some useful links I found over the last couple
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+projects written in Go
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+* [readeef](https://github.com/urandom/readeef) is a replacement for the google reader. I tried it out and it works good, but the interface was a bit weird. But if you are looking for an RSS reader, take a look.
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+* [cayley](https://github.com/cayleygraph/cayley) is a open source graph database which can use multiple backends, like PostgreSQL or BoltDB. I didn't try it out yet, but it looks promising.
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+The following three projects are web or REST frameworks for go with different sets of integration of modules. Iris even comes with a book on how to use it.
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+* [gizmo](https://github.com/NYTimes/gizmo)
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+* [golax](https://github.com/fulldump/golax)
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+* [iris](https://github.com/kataras/iris)
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+man pages
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+As I had the need to write some man pages, I collected some very good documentation on that topic from the following two sources:
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+* [manpages.bsd.lv](http://manpages.bsd.lv/)
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+* [forums.freebsd.org](https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/13200/)
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+I can only recommend to write man pages in the FreeBSD/Solaris style, as they also work on Gnu/Linux systems but are much easier to build using the FreeBSD macro system.
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+Also, the following manpages helped a log
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+* groff_mdoc(7)
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+* man
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+I used the ZFS (zfs(8), zpool(8)) man pages in their raw source as a reference. 
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+PostgreSQL
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+I also found some really interesting links for PostgreSQL or SQL in general
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+* [picking task from queue](https://www.depesz.com/2016/05/04/picking-task-from-queue-revisit/) is a something like a tutorial on how to work with locks on tables efficiently.
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+* [whats happening in my database](https://www.depesz.com/2016/06/29/whats-happening-in-my-database/) has some very good explanations where to find specific performance data in PostgreSQL.
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+* [pgexercises](https://pgexercises.com/) is a website where you can try some of the features of PostgreSQL and learn how to use them, for example window functions, recursive queries and so on.
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+That's it for today, have fun.