Using Guard Clauses to Clean Up Your Conditionals [A How-To Guide]
Too Long; Didn't Read Guard Clauses are a way to leverage the ability to return early from a function (or break/continue through a loop) to make nested conditionals more one-dimensional. Complex and nested if/else statements become a cognitive burden to reason about. The way errors are handled in go naturally encourage the developer to make use of guard clauses. Guard clauses can be much easier to read and understand in go than in other languages. The author is the Founder at qVault, and founder of http://qvault.io.