Web Architecture With Golang – Google’s Go Language
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There is a reason for the popularity of Google’s Go (golang) Programming Language: Go was created by geniuses and is the next step in the evolution of programming languages. Knowing how to use Go well will increase your power and productivity as a programmer.
This course will give you the skills you need to advance your Go Programming Language skills. This course is very practical and applicable. It focuses on teaching you skills you can use.
In addition, this course will build your skills with web architecture, git, curl, interfaces, context, error handling, & escape analysis.
Presented with high–quality video lectures, this course will visually show you many great things about Google’s Go (golang) Programming Language and collaboration. Co–taught by a tenured professor in California and a Professional Developer, this is just some of what you will learn in this course:
Learn to succeed as a student
Master intermediate skills using git
Learn how to version your codebase in git
Acquire the ability to use curl for web requests
Explore the fundamentals of software and web architecture
Gain insight into REST, SPA, MVC, containers, and container orchestration
Explore the nuances between monoliths and microservices
Acquire an understanding of serverless architecture and continuous integration
Courses : 7
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This is an extraordinary experience ! Both gentlemen give us their own perspective on Go.The combination of classical and practical views is priceless and makes you learn more about this language.Really impressed!
Louis Sayers –
I really enjoyed this course, being introduced to Go concepts like the context library, learning a lot about Go errors, and seeing the gomock library in action (although Daniel now recommends Testify). I’d recommend the course for getting a high level view of the Golang landscape, and for being pointed in a few directions. It’s a good complementary resource you won’t learn how to code Go just from doing the course, but it might fill a few gaps and provide some insights.
Douglas Soltesz –
I like Todd’s teaching style. He’s got a full spectrum of GoLang course, and I’m just starting this new one. Will update this review once I get further in.
William Trenker –
I was hoping to get right into the programming.
Zach LaCourse –
I love these dudes
Seunghyun Bae –
Daniel must teach us a bit in depth in terms of production wise tutorials about CONTEXT ! Well taught lessons. I would have even payed the whole price, just for the context chapter alone. Really, please do make some ADVANCED class. Peoples awaits you guys… 🙂
Manfred Kogler –
Good Go addon course covering an overview of software architecture, interfaces, context, and error handling. Todd and Daniel are great teachers!
Woojay Poynter –
Excellent teachers showing difficult topics in a fun, digestible pieces. Definitely a fan of Professor McLeod and his team.
Lucas Alberto Villalba –
Excelente curso! Muy completo y se exploran conceptos profundamente.
Ct3 diggymore –
The kid seems to have all the knowledge yet the self professed eacher does all the talking despite making it clear that he himself doesn’t understand the material. This is a total joke.
Paulo Vieira Centeno –