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Go (Golang): The Complete Bootcamp

Go (Golang): The Complete Bootcamp

Go (Golang): The Complete Bootcamp

What you’ll learn

Watch the free videos to see how I teach Go programming in depth.
Practice with 1000+ Exercises (with included solutions)
Pass Interviews: Master Go Internals In-Depth
Master Interfaces and Internals
Master Slice Internals: Slice Header and Memory Allocations
Master Map Internals: Map Header
Encode and Decode JSON
Create a log file parser, spam masker, retro led clock, console animations, dictionary programs and so on.

Access to a computer with an internet connection.

Get a Real In-Depth Understanding of Go and its Internal Mechanisms by:

Ultra-detailed, entertaining, intuitive, and easy to understand animations.
Learn by doing:

Write a log parser, file scanner, spam masker, and more.
Solve 1000+ hands-on exercises.
Learn a lot of tips and tricks that you can’t find easily anywhere else.
What’s included?

Go OOP: Interfaces and Methods
Internals of Methods and Interfaces
Functions and Pointers: Program design, pass by value, and addressability.
Implicit interface satisfaction
Type assertion and Type Switch
Empty interface: []interface{} vs interface{}
Value, Pointer, and Nil Receivers
Promoted Methods
Famous Interfaces
Tips about when to use interfaces
fmt.Stringer, sort.Sort, json.Marshaler, json.Unmarshaler, and so on.
Composite Types: Arrays, Slices, Maps, and Structs
Internals of Slices and Maps
Backing array, slice header, capacity, and map header
JSON encoding and decoding, field tags, embedding
Make, copy, full Slice expressions and append mechanics
UTF-8 encoding and decoding
Go Type System Mechanics
Type inference, underlying, predeclared, and unnamed types.
Untyped constants and iota.
Blank Identifier, short declaration, redeclaration, scopes, naming conventions
Process Command-Line Arguments, printf, working with files, bufio.Scanner, …
How to create your own Go packages
How to run multiple Go files, and how to use third-party packages
Go tools
Debugging Go code, go doc, and others.
…and more.
Why Go?

Go is one of the most desired, easy to learn, and the highest paying programming languages. There are 1+ million Go programmers around the world, and the number is increasing each day exponentially. It’s been used by Google, Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Docker, Kubernetes, Heroku, and many others.

Go is Efficient like C, C++, and Java, and Easy to use like Python and Javascript. It’s Open-Source, Simple, Powerful, Efficient, Cross-Platform (OS X, Windows, Linux, …), Compiled, Garbage-Collected, and Concurrent.

Go is best for Command-line Tools, Web APIs, Distributed Network Applications like Microservices, Database Engines, Big-Data Processing Pipelines, and so on.

Go has been designed by one of the most influential people in the industry:

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Unix: Ken Thompson
UTF-8, Plan 9: Rob Pike
Hotspot JVM (Java Virtual Machine): Robert Griesemer

Who this course is for:
Beginners who have never programmed before.
Programmers switching languages to Go.
Intermediate Go programmers who want to level up their skills!
Intermediate Go programmers who want to learn the internals of slices, maps, interfaces, and so on.
Created by Jose Portilla, Inanc Gumus
Last updated 10/2019
English [Auto-generated]

Size: 8.51 GB

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