Polymorphism example in Google Go

I wrote a bare-bones example in Google Go to excersize embedding, poloymorphism and interfaces in Go. It does nearly nothing, but it works as expected. It has the advantage of being very small.







Convert a mercurial repository to a git repository

I have decided to have another look at git, since it stores the contents of files as content and not files. If I rename or move a file, the content doesn’t have to be stored a second time. My hope is that I will worry less about having things right the first time, and can focus on just getting stuff done, making adjustments later as needed without a heavy price to pay.