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Details for TechnicsPub | The Go Programming Language: Advanced Topics in Go (Golang) [FCO]
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By: Zanis Khan
Publisher: Technics Publications
Release Date: July 2019
ISBN: 9781634625937
Torrent Contains: 18 Files, 1 Folders
Course Source: https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/the-go-programming/9781634625937/

Description

Take your Go programming skills to the next level in this Advanced Topics in Go video series from Go Programming expert Zanis Khan. Click here to watch Zanis’ other videos including the Definitive Guide to Writing Reliable and Efficient Code in Go on O’Reilly.

There are 12 topics within this video series:

• Structures in Go. This first topic in the Go programming video series covers structures (structures.go) in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and practice creating structures and then accessing data from these structures.
• Slices in Go. This second topic in the Go programming video series covers Go Slices (slice.go), which are abstractions of the Go Array. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and practice using the len() and cap() functions.
• Maps in Go. This third topic in the Go programming video series covers maps (map.go) in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis and map unique keys to values in this hands-on session.
• Ranges in Go. This fourth topic in the Go programming video series covers ranges (range.go) in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session, and practice using ranges in FOR loops to iterate over items of an array, slice, channel, or map.
• Recursion in Go. This fifth topic in the Go programming video series covers recursion in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and create a function that calls itself.
• Interfaces in Go. This sixth topic in the Go programming video series covers interfaces in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and create interfaces, which are sets of method signatures.
• Internet Access in Go. This seventh topic in the Go programming video series covers internet access in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and learn how to access the internet as well as how to parse data sourced from web pages.
• Building a Simple Web Application in Go. This eighth topic in the Go programming video series shows you how to build a simple Web application in the Go programming language.
• HTML Templates in Go. This ninth topic in the Go programming video series explains how to use and create HTML templates in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and create a pre-built website.
• Go Routines. This tenth topic in the Go programming video series covers Go routines (Routine1.go) in the Go programming language. Learn the key concepts necessary to use routines, including concurrency and parallelism. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session.
• Panic and Recover in Go. This 11th topic in the Go programming video series covers panic (panic.go) and recover in the Go programming language. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session where you learn how to stop your program entirely, then partially, and then recover using go.routine and wg.Done().
• Go Channels. This 12th topic in the Go programming video series covers Go channels. Follow along with Zanis in this hands-on session and learn how to connect concurrent goroutines.

Table Of Contents

• Structures in Go (Golang) 00:14:32
• Slices in Go (Golang) 00:04:44
• Maps in Go (Golang) 00:12:41
• Ranges in Go (Golang) 00:05:00
• Recursion in Go (Golang) 00:06:49
• Interfaces in Go (Golang) 00:09:44
• Internet Access in Go (Golang) 00:08:09
• Building a Simple Web Application in Go (Golang) 00:07:34
• HTML Templates in Go (Golang) 00:10:09
• Go Routines (Golang) 00:08:34
• Panic and Recover in Go (Golang) 00:09:09
• Go Channels (Golang) 00:05:14



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