Master Go (Golang) Programming:The Complete Go Bootcamp 2022
$84.99 Track price
***Fully updated for 2022*** This Go Programming course covers every major topic, including Pointers, Methods, and Interfaces (Go OOP), Concurrency In–Depth (Goroutines, Channels, Mutexes, WaitGroups), Go Packages and Modules, and many more!
I am constantly updating the course to be the most comprehensive, yet straightforward, Go Programming course on the market!
Update: November 2021 – Updates to be 2022 ready.
Update: August 2021 – Updates on Go Packages
Update: October 2021 – Updates to be 2022 ready.
Closed and Exclusive Discord Community: July, 2021
Update: November 2020 – Updates to be 2021 ready.
Update: January 2020 – NEW Section: Go Packages and Modules (2 hours of videos, a complete list of commands, and a Quiz)
Update: November 2019 – NEW Section: Concurrency in Go (2 hours of videos, coding sections, a Project, and Quizzes)
Course Launch: October 29, 2019
This course IS NOT like any other Go Programming course you can take online. At the end of this course, you will MASTER all the Golang key concepts starting from scratch and you’ll be in the top Go Programmers.
This is a brand new Go Programming course just updated and is a perfect match for both beginners and experienced developers!
Courses : 4
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Dimas Yudha Prawira –
it adding missing knowledge about tools for Go such as Go Playground imports, VSCode gotools.
Paramenko Ivan –
The section about concurrency was the best. Simple and concise. Goroutines, channels, wait groups, mutexes are all there. Thank you for such a valuable experience!
Alena Jenova –
I like it. This isn’t my first course about Go, but its the best until now. Clear and concise. I like the practice exercises and the solutions the trainer gives.
It’s really a good course about Golang. Since my last visit the course was updated with new content: channels, goroutines, modules… Keep up the good work!
Dominique Strass –
I really like it. I’ve learnt a lot about Golang. The coding challenges are awesome. Thanks!
Carlos Castro –
this doesnt feel like a mastery class, this is more of a intro class I would say the name is a click bait. my expectation of mastery is to how to apply the knowledge in go with best practices, good coding patterns code reusability Missing sections Packages Go Modules Context Testing Benchmark Testing
Ivan Ivanovici –
No complains. It’s clear enough. It’s starting from scratch and then goes in some details.
Ana Maya –
This is the best golang course I’ve taken so far. I can’t say how happy I’m with what I’ve learnt so far and I’m just at 25%. If you are beginner in go but have some programming experience this is your course. I’ll update the rating at the end of the course.
Razvan Ciuca –
One of the best courses I’ve taken and I’ve taken many in my attempts to learn Golang. The content is that good and the coding examples and explanations are clear and easy to understand and apply. Highly recommended.
Ciro Donnarumma –
Amazing Go language course.
Douglas Soltesz –
I’m looking to learn GoLang for use in my everyday job. This course has clearly laid out the structure of GoLang. It give the basic building blocks needed to start reading Go code and writing. You’ll most likely need to take a second course if your looking for real world examples and applications. The update with Concurrency was a great add, concurrency is a main topic for my Go use cases.
Utkarsh Srivastava –
The course delivers all what it has promised, i.e it is comprehensive, straight forward and is also being constantly updated. I am excited for the future updates!
Sathish Kandacharam –
So the course is excellent. Very detailed explanation.
I recommend this course to anyone that wants to learn golang.
Telmo Domingos –
The course was what I expected. Here some aspects that you should cover : * Recursion * Where GoLang should be applied (real cases examples ) and the advantages of using Go instead of other languages * Build a real application (a small web server or applying GO in a real cloud Case) * *
Samuel Girma –
Hi Andrei, Thank you for a wonderful course, I really enjoyed it. I do appreciate it if you can add a few packages for this course like context… Any plan for an additional course ? 🙂 I wish you can cover golang interaction with different technologies such as protocol buffer+gRPC, http/2, dependency injection, authentication/authorization….. Thank you again.
Koby B –
Perfect match for me!
Mo Khaledi –
Course material is very meticulously arranged, explained, and presented. Great job Andrei!
Paul Wechuli –
Almost through with the course, highly recommended if you are trying to get up to speed with Go (particularly if you are already familiar with another programming language) as quickly as possible. He doesn’t beat about the bush and waste your time, but gets straight to the meat. Good course.
Rob Parsley –
Good details and step by step. Thanks
Dishant Arora –
Yes, so for so good
Adolfo Ortiz de Z rate B jar –
Excellent course, so far everything is clearly explained and with examples and quizzes for every segment. Regarding concurrency, channels, and subjects involved, it is amazingly clear how it is explained even though it is hard to understand it on the first few times, but with practice, it starts to make sense.
Regis AZOULAY –
So far, with n doubt, the BEST and CLEAR courses I’ve take ! thank you soooo much !
Pandula Weerasooriya –
Danai A –
This course if very basic but is advertised as for all levels. Good material if you are unfamiliar with Go though!
David Johanson –
Easy to follow and there is nothing confusing or repetative
Raymond Lieu –
Andrei is really good at teaching each Golang feature by giving us written example code to run, then I can understand what he meant by his explanation! Wow. very concise and to the point lectures that takes me from a beginner to be comfortable level to read Golang code. Thank you!
Arjun Ghosh –
The entire course has been tailored in such a way that one can understand easily and get a grasp of all the basic workings and concepts of the language. I really found the lecture on each topic and its corresponding material very apt. Thank You for the wonderful course. I hope the course will be updated as when new features are released.
Alexis Kyrias –
He’s good and overall very good job. Although, I don’t recommend this course to beginners for multiple reasons, the biggest being how he communicates. He does not translate exclusive definitions about the subject into concepts. As a matter of fact, he has NO conceptual explanations at all. For example, lesson 38 about converting types, starts by saying converting and not casting, but he doesn’t explain what casting means. He jumps into an example that explains a little more than just casting and he doesn’t related what he does on the screen to the exclusive definition given earlier. Thankfully, I already know casting due to seeing it a lot in Java. But this is just one example out of many many many exclusive definitions that he throws non stop and then assumes that separating the examples from the exclusive definition will yield clarity… When it causes more confusion if there’s multiple exclusive definitions that thrown outside Ok, now I do this and now I do that. We can see what you do… Instead tells us the concept/definition of what you do. We can see the details right in front of us, we instead need the concept. Then, most of the time the example does somehow clarify things, but you still have to look at the definition/concept on the web to reinforce what he’s doing and you should not have to do that. Especially that I would consider myself and advanced beginner and I can tell you that the way he explains things it’s not for > Beginners with very basic programming experience, as he wrote on his page. Basic programmers don’t know these definitions. As basic implies they’ve experimented a bit and are lacking in the theoretical parts of all those exclusive definitions. For beginners, you go heavy on conceptual explanations usually. Or at least that how everyone else does it. Overall, he still deserves a good score and I still recommend the course. And the problem I mentioned above is a curse that 90% of all teachers have on this planet. It is the no1 problem that makes or does not make an amazing teacher. And I don’t expect him to be amazing either. I also like how he writes notes, so I don’t have to. Saves me so much time. Don’t listen to the haters that are complaining about his accent. Everything else is very clear and concise.
nelavalli Satheeshkumar –
Martijn Weterings –
Nice and clean steps to prep the environment. I also like the speed, it’s recorded in a way you can click and follow the video without pausing the video.
A Singh –
Great, practical example oriented course. Good balance between theory and well crafted examples to help with understanding the core concepts. Engaging throughout and helps to get ramped on Go quickly as a refresh or as a newcomer to the language.
Christian Ruesch –
I just finished the Go course and enjoyed every minute. The mixture of short but essentially condensed video lessons followed by summaries and exercises makes this course perfect for me. I have bought and started many courses at Udemy but this one works best for me and my way of learning. Thank you very much for that. I am very excited about further course updates.
Pierre Poliakoff –
a bit slow but very extensive and clear
Almaz Kairat –
The best course ever ?
Rick Heffren –
I really enjoyed this course and appreciated Andrei’s teaching style. He speaks very clearly and at a great pace to absorb all the information. I actually watched the first couple lessons at 1.25x speed but went back to 1x. I have done many coding tutorials on Udemy and else where on the net and I would say this was definitely one of the better ones. I particularly like how Andrei explains what Go is doing behind the scenes, (ie. backing array to slices), it gives you that in depth understanding so you can really wrap your head around the concepts. This course will help you understand of the fundamentals of Go, and give you the knowledge to get started. Now it’s time to put all this into practice! Enjoy!
Muhammad Hadziq Sulaiman –
Instructor has in depth knowledge; able to clearly explain complex stuffs into something that is easily digest
Kari Linnanketo –
Good coverage of basics on Go.
ALEXANDER SHEMELIN –
Hilda Makore –
Wonderful explanations and detailed
Cristian Grigoriu –
Once you get over instructor’s strong accent (but I’ve heard much worse in other courses at Udemy), you will be pleasantly surprised by the level of detail and clear explanation of some of the difficult parts of the Go programming language. The fact that this course is continuously developed and new sections are added, convinced me that the author delivers on his promise to have the best Go course on the market. Keep up the good work, Andrei!
Rajeev Gupta –
Comprehensive and detailed as programming courses should be. Great course.
Azjei Xitazje –
Very organized and informative structure.