Embedding files natively in Go 1.16

Gophers with a wrench by Renee French

One of the most commonly noted upsides of Go is the compilation to a single binary. This makes deployments and dependency requirements easier to handle compared to other languages that require to install in the target system the individual dependencies which can potentially conflict with other software running or require to install duplicated packages.

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Software engineer at Booking.com. I write about tech, mostly *nix, JS & Go. Also life stuff, learning languages and hobbies. https://threkk.com

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