Network Programming with Go (No Starch Press)
Monday, 29 March 2021

This book is aimed at developers want to use Go’s ease of use for writing secure, readable, production-ready network code, beginning from the basics of networking and traffic-routing know-how. Author Adam Woodbeck then looks at writing programs that communicate using TCP, UDP, Unix sockets, and other features that ensure reliable data transmission. Later chapters explore higher-level network protocols like HTTP and HTTP/2, and show how to build applications that securely interact with servers, clients, and APIs over a network using TLS.

<ASIN:1718500882>

 

Author: Adam Woodbeck
Publisher: No Starch Press
Date: March 2021
Pages: 392
ISBN: 978-1718500884
Print: 1718500882
Kindle: B085BVTB5M
Audience: Go developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages and Systems Management 

networkgo

 

  • IP basics for writing effective network programs, such as IPv4 and IPv6 multicasting, ports, and network address translation
  • How to use handlers, middleware, and multiplexers to build capable HTTP-based applications with minimal code
  • The OSI and TCP/IP models for layered data architectures
  • Methods for reading data from/writing data to a network connection, like the type-length-value encoding scheme
  • Tools for incorporating authentication and encryption into your applications using TLS, like mutual authentication
  • How to serialize data for storage or transmission in Go-friendly formats like JSON, Gob, XML, and protocol buffers
  • How to use Go’s code generation support to efficiently communicate with gRPC-based network services.

 

For more Book Watch just click.

Book Watch is I Programmer's listing of new books and is compiled using publishers' publicity material. It is not to be read as a review where we provide an independent assessment. Some, but by no means all, of the books in Book Watch are eventually reviewed.

To have new titles included in Book Watch contact  BookWatch@i-programmer.info

Follow @bookwatchiprog on Twitter or subscribe to I Programmer's Books RSS feed for each day's new addition to Book Watch and for new reviews.

 

 

Banner
 


Securing SQL Server

Author: Peter Carter
Publisher: Apress
Pages:366
ISBN: 978-1484241608
Print: 1484241606
Kindle: B07KLW99YM
Audience: DBAs
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Kay Ewbank

As a developer, you're probably well versed in how to write a secure app that won't be vulnerable to attack, but the database component is a whole dif [ ... ]



Algorithms Unlocked

Author: Thomas H. Cormen
Publisher: MIT Press, 2013
Pages: 240
ISBN: 978-0262518802
Print: 0262518805
Kindle: B00H4D1W94
Audience: General readers interested in Computer Science
Rating: 4
Reviewer: Mike James

An easy to read book about algorithms. What could be better reading for a programmer -  [ ... ]


More Reviews