Matt Holt, creator of Caddy webserver

Image of Mattias Geniar

Shownotes for episode 1, published Wednesday, 9 May 2016

(Note: audio quality isn’t super great, I’ll get that fixed for episode #2)

Exciting! This is the very first episode of the SysCast podcast!

I’m very happy to have Matt Holt as my first guest, who created the Caddy webserver.

We talk about the Caddy project, the Go language and community, the unique benefits of Caddy and its Caddyfile, dealing with Pull Requests and so much more.

A couple of lessons learned on my part:

  • stereo recording is useless, everything should be mono (I now merged stereo to mono, but it came at a loss of audio quality)
  • I need to tweak my own recording settings, that’s obvious (it’s a good thing Matt’s voice is clearer than mine)

Shownotes



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