The GO programming language
The Go programming language is based on the experiences gained in recent decades with languages such as C and C ++ and with interpreted languages such as Java and Python. All of these languages are powerful and flexible but lack the enforcement of one style of development necessary for teams to work together.
Go is a small language: only what appeared to be of value in other languages has been preserved and many of the problems (conversion, memory management) have been elegantly solved.
Go is particularly suitable for multi-threaded programs such as network services. Go routines and channels make this very easy.
In addition to the syntax of the language, it also contains numerous packages, such as strings, strconv, io, json and time
This Programming Language Go course deals with the syntax of the programming language and the associated programming style. These were developed by the founders of UNIX and C, and the development is sponsored by Google. You learn to use the facilities in the language (data types, methods, interfaces, embedding and Go routines) and packages (strconv, i / o, json, fmt, net / http). You will also learn about Go’s eco-system: importing source, source formatting and unit testing. We practice these subjects extensively, under the guidance of the teacher.