Complete Guide to Application Development with Go
What you’ll learn
Manipulate string values and escape special characters.
Write concurrent functions and handle synchronization.
Perform CRUD operations on a relational database.
Utilize concurrent features and understand the caveats of synchronization.
Tackle the most common “plumbing” issues when building Go Microservices.
Build and package your application efficiently for a multitude of different platforms.
Prevent crashes in production by remembering just a few simple techniques.
A Learning Path is a specially tailored course that brings together two or more different topics that lead you to achieve an end goal. Much thought goes into the selection of the assets for a Learning Path, and this is done through a complete understanding of the requirements to achieve a goal.
Go is a multi-paradigm programming language that has built-in facilities to simplify the development of modern applications. You can create concurrent applications and it is particularly useful in developing cloud-native applications as it’s convenient, occupies a low footprint, and deploys fast.
This Learning Path is architected to teach you interesting tools, frameworks, and techniques that you can use to leverage the benefits of working with Go to develop your applications. You will begin to get familiar with the tools to build web applications, microservices, command-line applications, and much more. Once you are comfortable with developing your apps, you will then learn some amazing tips, tricks & techniques to improve the code quality of your projects. Moving further, you will learn to troubleshoot your Go application to prevent crashes in production by remembering just a few simple techniques and effortlessly surmount the hurdles and become more productive quickly, writing fast, and stable code.
By the end, you will have gained a solid foundation of Go as well as the skills to make your applications more robust and resilient.
Tarik Guney has been working as a software engineer for more than 10 years in the industry, in various domains including finance, education, and public safety. He is currently working as a principal software engineer for Motorola Solutions. His passion for programming and his years of experience in the industry always lead him to explore new technologies, using them in real-world scenarios, and helping others. Besides his videos about Go Programming, he has recorded hours of videos about various other IT topics.
Theofanis Despoudis is a Senior Level Software Engineer at Teckro. He is an accomplished and accountable Software Developer with a consistent record of achievements in the successful end-to-end delivery of leading-edge projects and products. He has an interest in Linux as an Operating System and also got practical working experience with it. (He has worked with Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, and a little bit of Red Hat).
Martin Helmich studied computer science at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück and lives in Rahden, Germany. He works as a software architect, specializing in building distributed applications using web technologies and Microservice Architectures. Besides programming in Go, PHP, Python, and Node.js, he also builds infrastructures using configuration management tools such as SaltStack and container technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes.
Shawn Milochik has been programming for over 20 years and has used Go since 2014. In addition to coding, and mentoring coders, he enjoys teaching, studying music theory, and podcasting. He’s currently working as a Cloud Engineering Manager at Teltech Systems, Inc.
Who this course is for:
- This course targets application developers, beginner-level developers in the Go programming language, front-end developers, software developers,, and web developers. They are very keen on building applications with Go and want to learn some useful, interesting ways to further improve their Go programming skills in a much more unique and easy way. Even if you are experiencing with Go, you’ll surely learn a thing or two from this course.
- Hands-on with Go
- Advanced Go Programming in 7 Days
- Go Application Development – Tips, Tricks, and Techniques
- Troubleshooting Go Application Development