Accessing the database with Go needs the database/sql package. Apart from reading the official docs, this web site makes it even clearer on “how to” and “what not to do” matters. Learn idiomatic operations on it as well.

Go database/sql Tutorial

While designing the inforcement for our data security, I came across an article which explained briefly and clearly on SQL injection and how to avoid it in Go.

What is SQL injection and how do I avoid it in Go?

It’s also worth a while reading this article, also on the topic of SQL injection in Go. In fact it belongs to a big collection of articles on Go application building.

9.4 SQL injection (from the collection of Build web application with Golang )


As WebAssembly Specification draft goes 1.0 yesterday, it’s time to take a closer look at the essential ideas of WebAssembly. Currently it supports C, C++ and Rust. Which one to take? Hmm…

WebAssembly: How and why


This isn’t a reading item actually lol. The Metabase is a tool that is The simplest, fastest way to get business intelligence and analytics to everyone in your company. In short, it’s an open-source BI software.

One of our QA team member showed me this the other day. It supports running as a Java jar package, a docker image, on AWS and some other options. The setup process was even easier than setting up a new WordPress instance.

The Metabase astonished me with its simplicity of design, both on the workflow and the UI. I “ask” it questions, it shows me the answers. That’s it.

Digging deeper, I can gather the answers and make a dashboard to visualize the data. Or I can see the SQL it generates if I want to.

Here’s a screenshot from its repo: