A 2-post collection

Working with InfluxDB in Go

InfluxDB is one of the most popular time series databases on the market. In this post you will learn its key concepts, as well as, how to interact with InfluxDB in Go on example.


InfluxDB design conceptually reminds relational database. Don't get me wrong, it is not a relational database in any sense. It doesn't impose schema on your data and doesn't implement SQL. But... it has equivalent concepts and is operated via DSL looking quite similar to SQL.

Key concepts

If you are new to InfluxDB, have a look at key concepts with examples here. If you need

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How To Build Microservice With MongoDB In Golang

These days Golang grows in popularity for writing RESTful microservices. Quite often these services utilize MongoDB as persistence storage. In this post we will build a simple book store microservice using both Go and MongoDB. We will connect to MongoDB with mgo driver and use curl to test the microservice.


MongoDB took market with storm by its simplicity, high availability and document orientation. The advantages of using documents over relational tables are:

  • Documents correspond to native data types in many programming languages.
  • Embedded documents and arrays reduce need for expensive joins.
  • Dynamic schema supports fluent polymorphism.
What is a
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