There are a vast number of programming languages that are available for developers, depending on their requirements. Each of these languages were created to deal with certain issues encountered in other languages. This is how the Go programming language also came into existence.
Go is a programming language that was written by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson at Google in 2007 and released to the world in 2009. It was designed in response to “frustration with existing languages and environments for systems programming,” according to the creators. However, something beautiful was developed from this frustration, a language that is simple to build, compile and is also reliable to create efficient software.
Go was designed in the tradition of C, but has been modified to become simpler, concise and more safe. It has been written specifically for systems programming and comes with additions such as garbage collection, safety features and CSP-style concurrent programming features.
Our Go course has been designed to teach you the fundamentals of Go programming language. Since its introduction in 2009 by Google, it has become a go to language for many developers because of it flexible nature and user-friendly syntax.
Our Go tutorial has been designed keeping in mind the beginners as well as advanced developers. It has something for everyone. Beginners, fret not, the course will break down even the most difficult concepts to make the learning experience fun and easy. For advanced users, not only will you be able to brush up on your programming language but will also find some tips that might come very handy.
Advantages of using Go:
Has concise variable declaration and initialization through type inference
Has faster compile times
Remote package management
Built-in concurrency primitives, light-weight processes (goroutines), channels, and the select statement.
A toolchain that, by default, produces statically linked native binaries without external dependencies.
Our Go course will familiarize you with the programming language and will also cover domains such as the development environment, the syntax and language structures, the toolchain, the package structure and dependencies, and so much more. You will also look at the different issues that can arise when actually building applications.
In this course, you will learn:
What is Go programming language and why should you use it
Setting up a Go development environment
Introduction to Go syntax and application development
Go Language Fundamentals such as basic Go types, functions and pointers
Go Concurrency such as the Go memory model, Goroutines and Go Pipelines
How to use Go with Cloud Services including Google Cloud, Amazon Cloud and Docker
How Go works with language bindings such as C, Python and Java
What problems can arise when creating applications and how to deal with them
Once you go Go, you will never go back! The simplicity of the programming language is what makes it the perfect language to use for any system application. Enroll now and learn how you can go Go!
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