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and other terrifying things… 😨

What can I tell you reader, where filesystems fail to captivate my imagination, compilers just do it for me. Seriously, I spent most of the entirety of last year attempting to make one. …


An abrupt end to an otherwise not so epic journey.

Okay so admittedly I didn’t really know how to round this off. I had one component left to go (the image maker/reader) but then a bunch of life events threw me off my flow in a pretty big way. I…


Think of this as project inside a project because this is gonna hard…

We’re back at it this week reader! Contrary to my previous announcement on what would happen next, protobuf (Protocol Buffers) is being benched this week. I started working on it but then I started playing Persona 4…


And a half-working solution

No filesystem this week because I never made it on time. It turns out the things that are left to do are actually pretty hard. So this week I’ve decided to indulge myself a little bit in my other, once-favorite hobby; reverse engineering (sort of). I…


There’s no code snippets this week — just a lot of disaster.

The end is nigh and version 1 is almost ready to be packaged, shipped and exit our lives. This project really has gone much smoother than I ever imagined writing a filesystem could’ve ever been. It makes me…


It’s a lot less fancier than the title implies.

I had my first bowl of fancy ramen this weekend at a fancy restaurant. I then sampled some green tea ice cream. I didn’t like it at first but then loved it but it was too late, I’d already left the…


Yup, that’s what we’ll be talking about this week.

I love how I always commit to completing or touching on a certain component on an article and the end up having to do something different entirely because it turns out that working on that component requires endless groundwork I never…


And a little bit of code reconstruction here and there.

Note: This is a follow up on my previous publication and is part 2 in an ongoing series on making a virtual filesystem in Go. The first part can be found here : https://itnext.io/a-virtual-filesystem-in-go-creating-our-foundation-9af62b0e82db.

Okay, that’s it. Let’s get started.


The official first article on the filesystem’s implementation.

We finally made it to day one reader, hope you’re psyched to get going with creating an incredibly pretty while also not so super fast virtual filesystem in Go because we’re building while planning at the same time. Why not follow along…


A Go project to get me started in Go and because filesystems are cool.

So today I decided I was gonna get started in pursuing a glamorous and innovative career contributing to opensource. I’ve had my eye on Go for a long time but never really committed to really learning…

AlysonN

I’m a software developer by day and tinkerer by night. Working on getting into opensource stuff with a focus on C and Python. I’m also a Ratchet and Clank fan.

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