The Go Syntax Explained series was designed specifically for busy professionals who want to incrementally learn Go syntax on their spare time. You will not find lengthy projects here – just short, repeatable exercises.
Each of the three–volume projects are self–contained, but if you are going to do all three, this is the one to start with because it provides basic information that makes the other two volumes clearer.
What you will learn
To give you a more effective study environment, this course is purposefully limited in scope.
Attempting to cover everything about GO would not be practical, and it would do you a disservice.
However, you will learn quite a lot in a truly short time, and you can always return to repeat the exercises.
This is the first volume of a Computer Literacy Series with emphasis on the Go language,
but if you are already familiar with programming and just want to see Go syntax is written,
this course has taken your prior knowledge into consideration by keeping explanations simple and to the point.
It serves as a learning tool and a review tool as well.
Even if you have taken Go before, this volume is written to expand awareness on the subject.
Courses : 2
Specification: Go Syntax Explained (1)