Go (sometimes called Golang) is one of the most popular languages today, and is a key part of many enterprise tech stacks. Many developers prefer Go to other languages like C++ and Scala because of its memory management model which allows for easier concurrency. In...
Origin, Context and Popularity of GO
Basic Constructs and Elementary Data Types
Arrays and Slices
Structs and Methods
Interfaces and Reflection
Reading and Writing
Error-Handling and Testing
Goroutines and Channels
Networking, Templating and Web-Applications
Common Go Pitfalls and Patterns
Building a Complete Application
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