|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.
Author: Adam Woodbeck
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