A gentle introduction to Google Go (Golang) for Beginners
$84.99 Track price
Welcome A Gentle Introduction to Google Go (Golang) for Beginners!
Our goal for you in this course is: For you to become a beginner Ninja in one of the hottest new languages called Google Go and also known as Golang. This course is everything you need to be successful with Google Go.
The course is based on Google Go, Visual Studio Code and GIT. All tools are freely available so there’s no additional costs to you!
The course includes lectures on installation of all tools on Windows, Macintosh and Linux systems. So no matter what kind of computer you have – there’s instructions for you to follow.
If you’d rather follow a manual on how to install, there are 6 PDF manuals giving step by step instructions on how to install the tools, totalling 123 pages of content!
The course includes two PDF guidebooks to help you on your golang journey as well!
Google go is taking the development world by storm, because of it’s system level access and it’s design which gives programmers the ability to create multi–core programs. This is the first development language really developed for the type of mutli–core cpu computers that have been in the market for the last ten years. Created by three genius developers are google – to solve deficiencies google was experiencing with conventional computer languages.
Courses : 2
Specification: A gentle introduction to Google Go (Golang) for Beginners
18 reviews for A gentle introduction to Google Go (Golang) for Beginners
Add a review Cancel reply
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Brian Jones –
Would have been a 5 start except: When I was deciding to purchase this course I saw that it had us installing Git however the course didn’t cover any basic Git flows. The last few modules were a bit rushed compared to the first 2/3. There were a couple of times when the instructor misspoke and corrected himself when I wish it was just re recorded. Overall it was very good for someone that has zero programming experience.
T th Levente –
I loved this course and it was very useful. I recommend to everybody. Thank you so much!
Lucas Coffey –
Very good course on a modern language
Tom Mcginty –
Good basic introduction. Looking forward to more Go courses from David as there’s a lot more to dig into.
Thomas Rhone –
Really enjoyed this course. I was a complete beginner, I had never touched a programming language before and I wanted to start with Go. It was very well thought out and goes into lots of detail. I feel like section 5 was quite a big jump (hence it being Advanced) and I will therefore have to re watch those for clarification but I had planned to start the course from the beginning again to ensure I had taken it all in. Thanks very much, would recommend.
I’m an absolute beginner, and I’m just starting the course. I am already experiencing the high level of instruction and premium quality of content. Thank you!
Srikant Sahoo –
it is a good course but i required a bit more handson examples and advanced topics. it’s my view.
Real perfect for a noob like me. I always was interested to look behind the scenes. Thank you very much, especialy the part where you explain how it works with RAM, CPU and HEX is very good. I am sure these course will keep me busy few days. Thanks a lot.
Chris Molnar –
It was a great and informative course!
Tom Yarrish –
It’s a good introduction course. I had gone through some golang training previously so a lot of the material I was already familiar with. But I had heard about this course on Go Time and decided to check it out. The only complaints I would have are: 1) In a few of the videos, you’re just watching the instructor copy/paste a lot of code. It seems like that could be cut down. 2) I would recommend points in the video to tell the student to pause and try the code on their own before continuing. It doesn’t really push rying it on your own as much as it could. I do like how some of the concepts are broken down (ex. pointers) and the length of the videos is perfect. However, you might want to rethink the Simple Statements video, it’s not very clear on the concept.
Richard Leimbach –
Yes, the course was a good match for me. It truly was a gentle introduction.
Betsy Bilhorn –
I had been a very experienced developer back in the day (then I went into management!). I was looking for a good overview of Go for the backend to a new app I was writing for a side project this was an excellent review of the basics but what I really appreciated was using Go and it’s particular nuances with those programming basics. It was a great review and tremendously cut down the time for me to get started coding. Especially appreciated the attention to setting up the development environment, what IDE to use, debugging, etc. Very easy to understand and get started!
Shashwat Anand –
Loved it. I would love to have map, struct, channels, goroutine etc too but for what it advertises it fulfils its promise. A great beginner course.
Eric Michaels –
Great course to get the basics of Go. The course was a perfect speed for someone like me who has some previous programming knowledge. It is a well put together course and a very knowledgable instructor. My only criticism would be I don’t feel there was enough hands on work. I would have liked to see it a little longer where maybe we got to build a full application together throughout the course to show students how it all works together.
Muhammadhu Abubakkar Mohammed Ibrahim –
the course just stopped
Jenna Cox –
Olga Pakhotina –
Dosunmu Kazeem –
Th course is very very beginner friendly.