In the previous post we saw how to make queries to MySQL database using a small Go application. But your app will rarely be limited to read-only mode, so we obviously need to know how to save stuff to the database as well. Don't worry, it's even easier than selects!
Nowadays every application has to deal with data, which means your application has to be able to persist and read some information. You can do this using various data sources, such as files, SQL databases or NoSQL. This post deals with a thing I needed to do recently, that is fetching data from MySQL database using Go language.