Recap and What's Next?

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This course covered how to use Redis with the Go programming language to build practical solutions. We covered the core data types of Redis—string, hash, set, sorted set, geospatial, and HyperLogLog. In addition to this, we also learned how to use Redis for messaging applications with Redis list, Pub/Sub, and streams. We learned about the core concepts such as pipeline, server-side scripting, Scan, and notifications. This course went beyond the core data structures and covered how to leverage Redis modules to extend Redis as well as distributed Redis architectures to scale Redis horizontally using Redis Cluster.

You should now feel comfortable with choosing the appropriate Redis data structure(s) and feature(s) based on your project’s requirements.

Want to learn more?

To further expand your knowledge of Go, you can explore the following courses:

If you’re interested in exploring Redis using the command-line, check out this beginner-level course, Complete Guide to Redis. If you’re interested in NoSQL in general, there are other courses which cover MongoDB, DynamoDB, and other databases.

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