Writing a Go logger

Have you ever thought about writing a logger instead of using the one in the std library?
Let’s code an idiomatic logger that supports tracing and other custom behaviors out of the box maintaining blazing fast and simple APIs by using benchmarks and profiling as the foundation for our decisions.

Abstract

Have you ever thought about writing a logger instead of using the one in the std library?
Let’s code an idiomatic logger that supports tracing and other custom behaviors out of the box maintaining blazing fast and simple APIs by using benchmarks and profiling as the foundation for our decisions.

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