example-bazel-monorepo - πŸŒΏπŸ’š Example Bazel-ified monorepo, supporting Golang, Java, Python, Scala, and Typescript

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Example Bazel-ified monorepo, supporting Golang, Java, Python, Scala, and Typescript. Cloud Infrastructure-as-Code is done using Terraform.




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