Join Todd McLeod for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring the Go development environment on Windows, part of Code Clinic: Go.
- So now we're going to get Go set up on Windows,…and to download and install Go,…we're going to go to golang.org,…and at golang.org, big gopher right here,…Download Go, click on that and you could see…here's the download for Windows.…I want you to take a moment, though,…and just reflect on this part right here,…it's a 64-bit processor, so if you scroll down,…you see that you could download Go…for different operating systems and different architectures.…If you have a newer computer,…odds are very good you're on a 64-bit architecture,…and you're just going to use this one right here.…
If your computer's a little bit older,…you might want to make sure that you're not 32-bit,…or if you are 32-bit, you want to use…this download right here, this msi download,…32-bit for Windows.…So to check that, we're going to come down…to the right corner, the Start button,…right click it and go to File Explorer,…and inside File Explorer, you could right click This PC…or My Computer, and choose Properties,…and it'll tell you, 64-bit.…
Todd introduces challenges and then provides overviews of his solutions in Go. Challenges include topics such as statistical analysis, searching directories for images, and accessing peripheral devices.
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