Learn How To Code: Google’s Go (golang) Programming Language
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This course is the ultimate comprehensive resource for learning the Go Programming Language.
This course is perfect for both beginners and experienced developers. The course is full of examples, hands–on exercises, solutions to the hands–on exercises, and an amazing code repository.
This course is taught by one of the world’s leading Go Programming Trainers, Todd McLeod. Todd was the first university professor in America to teach Go at the university level. Todd has taught over 1.65 Million students how to use the Go Programming Language. This course is tried, tested, and proven to train beginners and experienced developers how to use Go.
This course has a tremendous amount of content and resources so that you can learn everything you need to know – whatever is appropriate for your ability level.
When you enroll in this course, you will have lifetime access to the course. You will be able to learn at your own pace. You will always be able to come back to the content to review it, or learn additional concepts when you are ready for them.
This course also comes with a 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee.
I know that this is absolutely the best course in the entire world for learning the Go Programming Language.
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27 reviews for Learn How To Code: Google’s Go (golang) Programming Language
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Scott Warnick –
There is far too much general stuff before we get to coding in go.
Vignesh Ashokan –
Todd McLeod is an amazing teacher who has structured the course in such a way that a person with any programming experience can grasp Go. The inja exercises at the end of each chapter helps one to practice and test their understanding immediately on the concept learned in the previous videos. He also navigates through the godoc for each and every concept which helps one to learn a new concept in Go by themselves which is not covered in the course by themselves. This course helped me in picking up Go and contributing effectively at my new job. I would totally recommend this course to anyone!
Talles Hentges –
Loved the richness of content!!!
Tomas Castagnino –
Great course! Todd is an excellent teacher. He is truly a philosopher.
Dav Thorn –
Good points. 1. Lots of great information in here. Its worth the money Bad points 1. The delivery style is somewhat different from normal, I mean drinking a can of beer in one lesson (Dude!) and going off on tangents, so I found made the course harder to follow than it needs to be. 2. The lessons are too long , the explanations sometimes repeated and much could be said with far fewer words. 3. The channels lessons , I found confusing and should be improved. The Golang Docs are far more understandable and better presented (IHMO)
Evan Polster –
This video training is so poorly prepared and appears to be constantly changing; he is updating resource documents WHILE DOING THE TRAINING! Hence, the resources document he references is, of course, out of date and different from his published links. The professed teacher at times goes too quickly over beginner topics which demand some simple bu fundamental explanation; so he does not necessarily explain what he is doing at any given time. Often it appears he is doing things clearly for the first time, as if he didn’t even try a dry run before he started shooting the video! Come on. Seriously? I have been a software developer for 35 years and I have never seen a supposed training video so confusing. And when you don’t have the proper resources to start (like his Goland settings file), following his lead is nearly impossible.
Steven Eisenreich –
All basics explained, but a bit too loose structured. Also redundant lessons.
Giannis Kontogianni –
Everything is explained thoroughly
Ravindra Gangadat –
This is a fantastic course from an engaging teacher who wants the best for us. Yes, he goes off on tangents sometimes but he is a passionate and an awesome presenter. He shoes the mistakes he makes and talks about how to be more persistent even when you are not performing at your best. The content of the course is excellent for beginners to intermediate.
Mark Kelly –
What a journey!
Shaun Little –
It’s very thorough especially for a beginner. Only downside is that I’m having to follow along on a mac.
Edgar Gillies –
A lot to process just in the first two courses alone. Not sure what to take notes on.
So far it is just background info. That I have to read/study first to fully value the course content so far.
Kundan Verma –
Its not a classroom course. Its online course. People want to learn it quickly. Contents are unnecessarily made long. Even presentation is also not full screen. Instead of showing own face..it would have been better if the presentation contains full screen. This is just an average course, just like One eyed , among the blinds . Only good thing is the topic coverage. But again it could have been easily made concise and short.
Ajay Rajan –
This is how a course should be taught.
Ashish Purkar –
Good way to present any new language right from history to reasons for creating one!
Had some experience with programming in Go, but doing this particular course as a refresher before tackling a more advanced course. This course has also taught me things I wasn’t aware of.
H ctor Daniel Jacales Rojas –
Kostas Dakanalis –
Very Good Course. A lot of useless information during the videos from Todd that destruct the student and consume time. Please consider that your audience is international not only Americans. Thanks
Indradeep Biswas –
Concise and to the point
Miguel Tapia Bobadilla –
Dopple Dankster –
TLDR: i would recommend this for people with a light background in software dev. If you already have a background in software development then it’s too basic for you, reading the Godoc will probably be more interesting. If you have 0 dev knowledge then the course is ok but you might benefit from a more complete thorough explenation on some complex topics handled is just a couple minutes here.
Danielle Ulitski –
Its good, applies to my daily job, i am passionate about programming and it seems like a great course to learn from
Louis Christopher Chen –
good presentation and easy to understand.
Dennis Appel –
After following a few other courses, I came to the solution that this one is very great. If you start with go and no experience in programming you won’t be disappointed. A lot of topics are covered and will help you starting your career as a developer. The speed of the course is pretty slow and that is, in this case, a good thing.
David Boosalis –
Instructor spends to much time typing what he says. And I don’t always appreciate his attempt at humor.
Pagely Person –
This is a real bummer for something that is a paid course. It was converted from a course from another site, and it shows. The volume is all over the place. I have to turn my volume way way up on one video in order to hear it and then turn it way down on the next.