The Kaomoji Emojis List for everything

If someone tells you they’re a Donger enthusiast, they’re not a pervert, but rather someone who enjoys “a set of unicode characters assembled to form a text emoticon.” That’s the definition according to  Get Kaomoji , a comprehensive collection of text emoticons for almost every occasion.   Ever since ¯_(ツ)_/¯ rose to power, you might have felt pressure to step up your text emoticon game and ascii game. And the Dongers are here to help.    Feeling excited? There’s a Kaomoji for that:    ୧༼ʘ̆ںʘ̆༽୨   How about upset? There’s a  Kaomoji  for that, too:   .·´¯`(>▂<)´¯`·.  Or, what if you just feel like sending your friend a cute little animal holding an umbrella? There’s a Donger to fill that need:   ⁝⁞⁝⁞ʕु•̫͡•ʔु☂⁝⁞⁝⁝ Unlike the emoji library, which has constantly been lauded for its lack of diversity and just announced updates. All you need is a keyboard and a dream.  

Parsing dates in Go

Ensure the reference time ("Mon Jan 2 15:04:05 -0700 MST 2006") is used in layout string. For example: package main import ( "fmt" "time" ) func main () { goodLayout := "January 2 2006" if t , err := time. Parse (goodLayout, "March 10 2019" ); err != nil { fmt. Printf ( "%s\n" , err) } else { fmt. Printf ( "%v\n" , t) } badLayout := "January 2 2009" if t , err := time. Parse (badLayout, "March 10 2019" ); err != nil { fmt. Printf ( "%s\n" , err) } else { fmt. Printf ( "%v\n" , t) } } 2019-03-10 00:00:00 +0000 UTC parsing time "March 10 2019" as "January 2 2009": cannot parse "19" as "009"

Back to 2019

The retrospective season, which was driven by the reflection of a year, has come to this year. It's really been a year. Personally, there are so many reflections that I will pass this retrospective.. Then, while watching others writing, I ran into a retrospective like this. I really don't think I have done anything other than work or GDG this year.