Learning Go

by Stack Overflow Community

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Book Description

Go is a statically typed, compiled programming language designed at Google. It is an unofficial and free Go book created for educational purposes. All the content is extracted from Stack Overflow Documentation, which is written by many hardworking individuals at Stack Overflow.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-SA). You can download Learning Go ebook for free in PDF format (2.6 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Getting started with Go
Chapter 2
Arrays
Chapter 3
Base64 Encoding
Chapter 4
Best practices on project structure
Chapter 5
Branching
Chapter 6
Build Constraints
Chapter 7
cgo
Chapter 8
cgo
Chapter 9
Channels
Chapter 10
Closures
Chapter 11
Concurrency
Chapter 12
Console I/O
Chapter 13
Constants
Chapter 14
Context
Chapter 15
Cross Compilation
Chapter 16
Cryptography
Chapter 17
Defer
Chapter 18
Developing for Multiple Platforms with Conditional Compiling
Chapter 19
Error Handling
Chapter 20
Executing Commands
Chapter 21
File I/O
Chapter 22
Fmt
Chapter 23
Functions
Chapter 24
Getting Started With Go Using Atom
Chapter 25
gob
Chapter 26
Goroutines
Chapter 27
HTTP Client
Chapter 28
HTTP Server
Chapter 29
Images
Chapter 30
Inline Expansion
Chapter 31
Installation
Chapter 32
Installation
Chapter 33
Interfaces
Chapter 34
Iota
Chapter 35
JSON
Chapter 36
JWT Authorization in Go
Chapter 37
Logging
Chapter 38
Loops
Chapter 39
Maps
Chapter 40
Memory pooling
Chapter 41
Methods
Chapter 42
mgo
Chapter 43
Middleware
Chapter 44
Mutex
Chapter 45
Object Oriented Programming
Chapter 46
OS Signals
Chapter 47
Packages
Chapter 48
Panic and Recover
Chapter 49
Parsing Command Line Arguments And Flags
Chapter 50
Parsing CSV files
Chapter 51
Plugin
Chapter 52
Pointers
Chapter 53
Profiling using go tool pprof
Chapter 54
Protobuf in Go
Chapter 55
Readers
Chapter 56
Reflection
Chapter 57
Select and Channels
Chapter 58
Send/receive emails
Chapter 59
Slices
Chapter 60
SQL
Chapter 61
String
Chapter 62
Structs
Chapter 63
Templates
Chapter 64
Testing
Chapter 65
Text + HTML Templating
Chapter 66
The Go Command
Chapter 67
Time
Chapter 68
Type conversions
Chapter 69
Variables
Chapter 70
Vendoring
Chapter 71
Worker Pools
Chapter 72
XML
Chapter 73
YAML
Chapter 74
Zero values
Chapter 75
Zero values

Book Details

Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
RIP Tutorial
Published
2019
Pages
305
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
2.6 MB
License
CC BY-SA

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