- Installing Go tools
- Creating and compiling a Go workspace
- Exploring variables, constants, and types
- Storing ordered and unordered values
- Grouping related values in structs
- Programming conditional logic and loops
- Defining and calling functions
- Handling errors
- Working with files
- Creating a simple HTTP server
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] I'm David Gassner and this is Up and Running with Go. This course is designed for software developers who want to become Gophers, that is, programmers who use the open-source Go programming language. I'll start with a demonstration of the Go Playground, and online tool that lets you quickly code and run simple Go applications. Then, I'll show you how to install Go on your own computer and set up a development environment. I'll then take you on a tour of Go's core language elements, including basic syntax, how to create variables and constants, and how to manage more complex data in array, slices, and maps.
At the end of the course, I'll describe how to handle simple tasks, such as reading and writing files, making web requests, and working with JSON-formatted data. I hope that this course helps you get started programming with Go.
Programming the Google App Engine with Javawith Patrick Royal2h 4m Intermediate
Google App Engine Essential Trainingwith Joseph Lowery3h 26m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Essential Go Skills
3. Managing Simple Values
4. Managing Complex Types and Collections
5. Managing Program Flow
6. Structuring Go Code
7. Working with Files and the Web
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