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Introduction to industry REST microservices in Golang (Go)

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Product is rated as #26 in category Go

In this course I’m doing the very same I’ve been doing for the past 6 years: Analysis, design and development of high–performance microservices in Go.

This is not an introduction to Go’s concepts, you have free resources for that like the Go Tour (I strongly suggest you to take it!). This is real–life and industry experience revealed in 13+ hours of video and resources that you will not easily find online.

We will cover everything you need:

Native web server.

HTTP frameworks.

Benchmarks.

Package organization.

MVC pattern.

Interfaces: How to design and implement them.

Dealing with dates.

Unit, Integration and Functional testing.

Mocking different artifacts of your application.

Consuming external APIs.

Mocking external APIs responses

Different concurrency designs based on each requirement.

Parallelism when we have multi–core VMs.

Stress–test our applications

Metrics, logging, debugging, profiling.

And a lots of more… EVERYTHING you need to work with this amazing technology.

Instructor Details

My name is Fede and I'm a Software Engineer from C rdoba, Argentina. I work in IT since 2004 and for the past 6 years I've been working for the biggest e-Commerce company in LATAM. My day-time job is basically analysis, design and development of real-time and high-performance microservices. But that's not even the best part... I really love what I do and I'm so freaking good at what I do because of that. Since I had a lot of experience in these topics and I'm always learning new ways of teaching these new concepts, I can ensure that you'll get the most of them: because I love what I do, because I'm not a fake, because I work with these topics on daily basis I can bet my butt on what I know and because I have all of these concepts so deep in my head that I can share them without forcing the process. You will learn a lot, I will learn a lot and we're going to enjoy the journey. If you have any doubt about this, drop me an email and we can figure out together what you need and the best approach to get it. I'm sure you'll enjoy these courses as much as I've enjoyed working on them every day! Godspeed!

Specification: Introduction to industry REST microservices in Golang (Go)

Duration 16 hours
Year 2020
Level All
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

19 reviews for Introduction to industry REST microservices in Golang (Go)

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    Jayne Jacobs

    Great Instructor

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    Jamie Udemy

    This is a decent course but with some caveats. He’s constantly correcting his code. He does this really quickly. Sometimes it’s really old code. This makes it easy to see a bug in your code but not in his. This adds time to the course as I just seem to be bug fixing quite a lot. This is even more prevalent due to his habit of doing a lot of up front coding in multiple files before doing any sort of testing. The above affects everyone. On more of a personal note, I don’t agree with all his design decisions. Some appear quite naive, like scoping variables globally, or writing mocks for his tests directly in production code. Ultimately though, I did find a lot of value in the course, and I’ve bought another one of his courses since starting this one.

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    Francisco Arenas

    This is amazing cource, i have lear how to struct a project in Go and how to import the function from others files

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    Tony T. Nguyen

    1. Lots of typos. The sound of continuously hitting the backspace button is annoying. 2. Just slow down in typing to avoid distracting IDE suggestion popups due to typing errors. 3. Need more preparation in the lesson plan before recording so that the videos can be smooth with fewer pauses/deletions/modifications.

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    Xun Hu

    Thanks for your tutorial, I think this is the one I was expecting to learn. However, before starting this course, the learners need to have a good understanding of go programming language. Otherwise, you will get lost.

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    Cyn E

    Let’s start with the good part of the course, the instructor is knowledgeable and most of the practices he’s suggesting are pretty solid. However, programming and teaching are totally different things. Unfortunately this course just feels like a very long screencast and not a course. Here are some problems: The recording is not good, very loud keyboard sounds. No lesson plan, topics are not ordered and presented with teaching concepts in mind and some recordings are up to 90 minutes. Most likely, the instructor is not using a script or a guide because there’s plenty of fixing mistakes, moments of silence and decision making pauses during the videos. So in summary, if you treat this like a series of live coding screencasts by a programmer, it’s OK. But if you’re expecting a course similar to some top sellers here on Udemy, you’ll be most likely disappointed.

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    Mathew Daniel

    Could have more in depth explanation of design decisions. The instructor makes many changes without any real explanation, e.g. better coding practice, more efficient, readability/maintainability, etc.

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    Jesse Raccio

    The keyboard sounds are nearly painful and he moves too quickly through the written code

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  9. Diwakar Singh

    Diwakar Singh

    He goes deep inside the topics. Awesome Course.

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    Doug Molina

    Great hands on course to get practical with golang and microservices

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    Marcel Nehrig

    Code is very awesome, but man, please don’t put your microphone on the keyboard. The typing is bursting my speakers, when i turn up the volume to understand you.

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    Thammachart Chinvarapon

    Sound Quality, Video Content Structure

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    Frank Fichtenm ller

    Top Course. Don’t mind the technical details and sometimes a bit unnerving typing sequences. The content is gold! By far the most in depth and practical hands on course for intermediary go developers i have found so far. Looking forward to part II baby !!

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    Jadug Norach Agna Parusa

    Each individual lecture is lengthy. It can be divided into smaller sub sections. But overall good topic!

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    Alex Ripoll Piera

    The content of this course is excellent. The only reason I don’t give 5 stars is because of the sound quality and the lack of video editing, but again, excellent course. Going to buy part 2 to see how the hexagonal architecture is implemented in golang.

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    Fahim Khan

    not good

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    Shakil akram

    I am So glad I took this course. I have over 15 courses on golang on udemy, only this course helped me to get confidence about running things in production. I Really love the way Fede introduces new topic and spend good amount of time in each topic until it becomes natural to me. Really appreciate his effort of teaching things that actually can be used in real life. Oauth, logging, testing, mocking sessions are priceless. I will certainly revisit this course again. but I am on my way to part 2, cant even wait to start.

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    Venakam Anakam

    A very good course; learnt a lot; hope to start the second part of the course soon.

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    Maximilianotejero

    Excelente!! viene muy bien hasta ahora el contenido y la claridad en los conceptos (le restaria media estrella por la calidad de sonido…)

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