The Go programming language does not support the concept of inheritance in the traditional object oriented sense. It does allow for type embedding which provides a powerful method for composition. When getting started with Go these patterns are not always obvious. This post provides a short example of how type embedding is used in one of the Go standard library structs.
Getting started debugging the kernel can be very intimidating the first time you do it. There are various in depth guides that have been written over the years but they frequently get out of date. This post provides a short, concise, and up to date guide on getting started as easily as possible.
MacOSX doesn’t come with the most recent Python. It’s pretty normal to install a newer version either through brew or something else like the anaconda distribution. If you do install a newer version of Python you’re likely to encounter problems when trying to access scripting in LLDB.
Recently a friend gave me a broken Phillips AJ6111 radio. It was a neat little radio that you can mount under your kitchen cupboard. Only problem was that it didn’t work. I plugged it in, heard a click of a relay and the clock in front came on but none of the buttons seemed to do anything.