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Learn Go The Complete Bootcamp Course Golang

Course

LEARN GO THE COMPLETE BOOTCAMP COURSE GOLANG

Category

Golang IT Institute

Eligibility

Working Professionals and Freshers

Mode

Online and Offline Classes

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

30 to 45 days

Golang Objectives

•Basic to Advance concepts of Golang
•You will learn how to install Golang.
•How to create an Golang project from scratch.
•How to Make and design Web apps Using Golang.
•Learn or brush up with the basics of Golang
•Become a Golang Certified Developer! Learn all Golang Developer topics
•Easy learning Mastering Golang 4 with hands-on theory and practice guides
•You will have a strong understanding about how to develop Golang project.
•Learn Golang from beginner to advanced level. Learn with examples and interactive sessions.

learn go the complete bootcamp course golang Course Features

•Post training offline support available
•Course delivery through industry experts
•Software & others tools installation Guidance
•Our Trainers with 15+ years of teaching Experience
•We hire Top Technical Trainers for Quality Sessions
•Repeating of lectures allowed (based on seat availability)
•Our trainers have experience in training End Users & Students & Corporate employees.
•We help the students in building the resume boost their knowledge by providing useful Interview tips

Who are eligible for Golang

•.Net, Asp.net, Application Support, Manual Testing, Business Analyst, Angularjs, Angular6, Angular7, Node.js, Mean Stack, Mern, Dot Net Developer, Fresher
•Digital Marketing, General Manager, Business Development, Product Manager, Big Data, Business Analyst, Frontend Developer, Human Resources, data
•Ms Crm, Guidewire, Sdm, Sde2, Qae, Sdet, Jbpm, Ext Js, Windows Admin, Full Stack, Aem, Spark, Hadoop, Big Data, Data Engineer, Azure, Cloud, OpentextProtocol Testing, Php Developer, Oracle, Senior Managers, Oracle DBA, Dotnet, Java, oracle, DBA, Database Administration, 12c, RAC, Goldengate
•Software Development, .net, java, Asp.net, Sql Server, database, Software Testing, javascript, Agile Methodology, Cloud Computing, html, application

LEARN GO THE COMPLETE BOOTCAMP COURSE GOLANG Syllabus

•Get a Real In-Depth Understanding of Go and its Internal Mechanisms by:
•Ultra-detailed, entertaining, intuitive, and easy to understand animations.
•Learn by doing:
•Write a log parser, file scanner, spam masker and more.
•Solve 1000+ hands-on exercises.
•Learn a lot of tips and tricks that you can’t find easily anywhere else.
•What’s included?
•Go OOP: Interfaces and Methods
•Internals of Methods and Interfaces
•Functions and Pointers: Program design, pass by value, and addressability.
•Implicit interface satisfaction
•Type assertion and Type Switch
•Empty interface: []interface{} vs interface{}
•Value, Pointer, and Nil Receivers
•Promoted Methods
•Famous Interfaces
•Tips about when to use interfaces
•fmt.Stringer, sort.Sort, json.Marshaler, json.Unmarshaler, and so on.
•Composite Types: Arrays, Slices, Maps, and Structs
•Internals of Slices and Maps
•Backing array, slice header, capacity, and map header
•JSON encoding and decoding, field tags, embedding
•Make, copy, full Slice expressions and append mechanics
•UTF-8 encoding and decoding
•Go Type System Mechanics
•Type inference, underlying, predeclared, and unnamed types.
•Untyped constants and iota.
•Blank Identifier, short declaration, redeclaration, scopes, naming conventions
•I/O
•Process Command-Line Arguments, printf, working with files, bufio.Scanner, …
•How to create your own Go packages
•How to run multiple Go files, and how to use third-party packages
•Go tools
•Debugging Go code, go doc, and others.
•…and more.
•Why Go?
•Go is one of the most desired, easy to learn, and the highest paying programming languages. There are 1+ million Go programmers around the world, and the number is increasing each day exponentially. It’s been used by Google, Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Docker, Kubernetes, Heroku, and many others.
•Go is Efficient like C, C++, and Java, and Easy to use like Python and Javascript. It’s Open-Source, Simple, Powerful, Efficient, Cross-Platform (OS X, Windows, Linux, …), Compiled, Garbage-Collected, and Concurrent.
•Go is best for Command-line Tools, Web APIs, Distributed Network Applications like Microservices, Database Engines, Big-Data Processing Pipelines, and so on.
•Go has been designed by one of the most influential people in the industry:
•Unix: Ken Thompson
•UTF-8, Plan 9: Rob Pike
•Hotspot JVM (Java Virtual Machine): Robert Griesemer
•Who this course is for:
•Beginners who have never programmed before.
•Programmers switching languages to Go.
•Intermediate Go programmers who want to level up their skills!
•Intermediate Go programmers who want to learn the internals of slices, maps, interfaces, and so on.
•Setup your Environment
•Grab the Roadmap!
•Install Go on OS X
•Install Go on Windows
•Find your way in the code repository
•Get the code for the course
•Write Your First Go Program
•Write Your First Go Program!
•What is GOPATH?
•Create folders and files
•Write your first program
•Compile with “go build”
•Learn the difference between Compile-Time and Runtime
•Run with “go run”
•Prove Yourself: First Go Program
•★ FIRST GO PROGRAM EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Packages ⭐️
•Let’s understand the first program
•What is a package?
•Learn the differences between Executable and Library Packages
•Prove Yourself: Packages
•Scopes: What is the importance of names?
•Quick notice
•What is a package scope?
•The same names in the same package
•Importing happens in the file scope
•Renaming imported packages
•Prove Yourself: Scopes
•⭐️ Statements and Expressions ⭐️
•What is a statement?
•What is an expression?
•Print the number of CPUs
•Prove Yourself: Statements and Expressions
•How Go comments work?
•What is Go Doc?
•★ FUNDAMENTALS EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Write a Library Package! ⭐️
•Create your first library package
•How Go standard library exports?
•Export a function from your package
•Prove Yourself: Library Packages
•★ LIBRARY PACKAGE EXERCISES ★
•Master the Type System of Go
•⭐️ Variables ⭐️
•Roadmap
•Learn the basic data types of Go
•Prove Yourself: Basic Data Types
•★ DATA TYPES EXERCISES ★
•How to declare a variable?
•Every Go type has a zero value
•What is a blank identifier?
•How to declare multiple variables?
•Let’s declare a couple of variables!
•Prove Yourself: Variable Declarations
•★ DECLARATION EXERCISES ★
•What is type inference?
•Why can’t you short declare a variable in the package-level?
•How to short declare multiple variables?
•What is redeclaration?
•When to use a short declaration?
•Prove Yourself: Short Variable Declaration
•★ SHORT DECLARATION EXERCISES ★
•How to assign to a single variable?
•How to assign to multiple variables?
•Mini Example: Path Separator
•Prove Yourself: Assignments
•★ ASSIGNMENT EXERCISES ★
•Let’s convert a value!
•Learn the importance of type names
•Prove Yourself: Type Conversion
•★ TYPE CONVERSION EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Get input from terminal ⭐️
•Learn the basics of os.Args
•Greet people using os.Args
•Recap: Variables
•Prove Yourself: Command-Line Args
•★ OS.ARGS EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Print Formatted Output ⭐️
•Println vs Printf
•What is an Escape Sequence?
•How to print using Printf?
•The verbs can be type-safe too!
•Recap: Let’s summarize
•Prove Yourself: Printf
•★ PRINTF EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Numbers and Strings ⭐️
•Learn the basic arithmetic operators of Go
•What is the result of 3/2?
•Prove Yourself: Arithmetic Operators
•★ Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit
•What is the IncDec Statement?
•Calculate the area using assignment operations
•Convert Feet to Meters
•Recap: Numbers
•Prove Yourself: Assignment Operations
•★ NUMBERS EXERCISES ★
•What is a Raw String Literal?
•How to combine multiple strings?
•How to get the length of a string?
•Example: Banger: Yell it back!
•Recap: Strings
•Prove Yourself: Strings
•★ STRINGS EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Go Type System Mechanics ⭐️
•[For Beginners] Bits and Bytes #1
•[For Beginners] Bits and Bytes #2
•What is a Predeclared Type?
•Overflow: Go beyond?
•Prove Yourself: Data Types
•Understand the Defined Types
•Defined Types: Real-Life Example
•Create Your Own Types
•Underlying Types
•Underlying Types: Example
•Aliased Types: Don’t use it at home
•Recap: Go Type System
•Prove Yourself: Defined and Underlying Types
•★ TYPES EXERCISES ★
•⭐️ Untyped Constants ⭐️
•Why might you want to use a constant?
•Learn the rules of constants
•How to declare multiple constants?
•Recap: Constants
•How untyped constants work under the hood?
•What is a Default Type?
•Example: time.Duration
•Refactor: Feet to Meters
•Recap: Typeless Constants
•What is iota?
•Recap: iota
•Prove Yourself: Constants
•★ CONSTANTS EXERCISES ★
•Naming Things: Recommendations
•Control Flow and Error Handling
•⭐️ If Statement ⭐️
•[For Beginners] Comparison Operators
•Learn the relation between comparison and assignability
•Prove Yourself: Comparison Operators
•[For Beginners] Logical AND
•[For Beginners] Logical OR
•[For Beginners] Logical NOT
•Recap: Boolean Operators
•Prove Yourself: Logical Operators
•[For Beginners] If Statement
•[For Beginners] Else and Else If
•Prove Yourself: If Statement
•Recap: If Statement
•★ IF EXERCISES ★
•★ Pass Me: Create a Password-Protected Program
•Tiny Challenge: Validate a single user
•Tiny Challenge: Validate multiple users
•⭐️ Error Handling ⭐️
•What is a nil value?
•What is an error value?
•Error handling example
•Recap: Error Handling
•Prove Yourself: Error Handling
•What is a Simple Statement?
•Scopes of simple statements
•Famous Shadowing Gotc