Welcome to this two part course on learning Go, the programming language from Google. In this 2 part course we’ll go over the fundamentals of Go and then get into Go Recipes.
We’ll start things off with the fundamentals of Go. We’ll cover most of the language and learn many of the concepts that underlie this programming language.
In course two, we get into more advance topics. You’ll be introduced to Golang Recipes. Which shows examples of how the Go programming language can be used
We’ll walk you through common Go projects with ecipes, or step–by–step instructions. We’ll go over some basics, such as Go slices, maps, error handling, and panic recovery.
We’ll then get into how to measure, format, parse, and convert time in Go. We’ll go over ways you can work with text in Go. Then demonstrate using structs, methods, and interfaces to improve your code.
We’ll discuss working with JSON and HTTP, then concludes by describing the benefits of bringing concurrent instructions to your apps.
Go – also known as Golang – is an open source programming language developed by Google in 2007. Go makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
Go is a programming language with modern features, clean syntax and a robust well–documented common library, making it an ideal programming language to learn. Go can be used for anything, meaning developers who learn Go can use it wherever they want.
Specification: Golang: Learn Go Programming Language and Go Recipes