Using contexts

You probably found that rather painful, especially if you come from a background in a framework such as Rails or Spring. Writing this kind of code is not really something you want to be spending your time on, building application features is far more important. One thing to note however is that neither Ruby or Java have anything more advanced in their base packages. Thankfully for us, over the seven years that Go has been in existence, many excellent people have done just that, and when looking at frameworks in Chapter 3, Introducing Docker, we will find that all of this complexity has been taken care of by some awesome open source authors.

In addition to the adoption of context into the main Go release version 1.7 implements ...

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