Go Programming Language For Dummies (Dummies)
Monday, 24 May 2021

This book provides an easy way to add Go to your toolkit. Writing for novice and experienced coders alike, author Wei-Meng Lee traverses basic syntax, writing functions, organizing data, building packages, and interfacing with APIs. Topics include using Go in conjunction with web services and MySQL databases, and how to keep your codebase organized and use Go to structure data.



Author: Wei-Meng Lee
Publisher: For Dummies
Date: April 2021
Pages: 336
ISBN: 978-1119786191
Print: 1119786193
Kindle: B0921HHN48
Audience: People wanting to learn Go
Level: Introductory
Category: Other Languages


  • Learn the fundamentals of Go
  • Write clean, efficient functions
  • Structure and organize data
  • Find out all about Goroutines
  • Discover third-party Go packages
  • Work with web services
  • Link up with REST APIs



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