This book started as a personal collection of good blog posts discussing various things in Go. I was gathering them for when I find some time to read them and improve my coding skills.
It’s an old practice for writers to collect their best works into one binder. The first recorded anthology, The Garland ( a collection of epigrams by 46 Greek poets collected and prepared by Meleager of Gadara), dates as far back as the first century in Ancient Greece., a poet himself.
In book publishing, an anthology is a collection of literary works chosen by the compiler. It may be a collection of poems, short stories, plays, songs, or excerpts by different authors.
I decided to make one…for Go
Here are the BEST posts about Go, gathered from medium, stackoverflow, personal blog posts etc.
Why Go ?
The modern programming languages like Java or C# are from the ’90s single threaded environment. They supports multi-threading and the problems comes with threading, race conditions, concurrency and deadlocks.
Those things make it hard to create a multi-threading application on those languages. Here comes Go to the rescue with a simple model to handle this
What does this book contains ?
A collection of the best blog posts about Go. Ordered from beginner, like “Different Ways to Block GO Runtime Forever” by Scott Mansfield to more advanced topics like “FACE DETECTION IN GO USING OPENCV AND MACHINEBOX” by Alex Pliutau.
Get it for free here -> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1klU-rqHhVB3ooA45iURBfPIJKbj7inZJ?usp=sharing
One of the easiest ways to learn (or improve) to code in one language is to read other people’s code.
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