Announcing Go-TinyTime, Go-TinyDate’s Sister Package

time.Time is the perfect choice for most cases, it even comes in the standard library! The problem is that the time.Time{} struct uses more than 24 bytes of memory under most conditions. Go-TinyTime solves this problem by restricting the available dates to the range between 1970 – 2106, and only supporting UTC timezones. This brings … Read more Announcing Go-TinyTime, Go-TinyDate’s Sister Package

Is Open-Source Cryptography Really Secure?

By Lane Wagner – @wagslane on Twitter The purpose of cryptography is to keep information private, and the purpose of open-source is to make code public… So we shouldn’t open source our cryptography algorithms right? I’ve been asked this several times by multiple people so I figured it is a subject worth addressing. Many developers seem to … Read more Is Open-Source Cryptography Really Secure?