I've been playing with GoLang recently, pretty cool language actually, but comming from a TypeScript world it was quite weird to me to use the
nil keyword instead of
null. I figured out that it could also be weird for Go devs learning TS, so here goes a little something to make the transition smoother:
const nil = null;
With that in place, Go devs are now able to use the familiar keyword instead of the longer alternative.