@ste_grider I am finishing your course on Go, would you be adding a section on Web dev? Maybe a different course on Go.— mukul rawat (@mukul_rawat) September 4, 2017
Auto-buy as usual, I really hope that you'll continue doing Go courses!— Lev E. 🏴 (@levsthings) August 18, 2017
React/Redux on the front, Go in the back would be the absolute cherry on top!— Ernesto Rodriguez (@LarxMedia) September 18, 2017
@ste_grider Just got your new Go course :) So timely for me as I've just started learning it :)— Alexander Kallaway (@ka11away) August 27, 2017
Woah that is awesome. When will it go live? Was about to learn go!— Vincent (@vincentmvdm) August 18, 2017
Understand Go's concurrency model with ample code examples and diagrams. Concurrency in Go is one of the more challenging concepts, but also one of the strengths of the language. With this in mind, you'll gain expertise in this area by studying several different concurrency code snippets that you can use to apply in your own applications.
Practice your newfound Golang skills with dozens of different exercises and coding quizzes. Each topic has many questions designed to reinforce the core concepts of Go, including slices, interfaces, pointers, and many more. You'll get ample opportunity to show off your knowledge!