(Free) Go Golang Resources in 2020

Go has been one of the languages I wanted to learn for years. It’s a beginner-friendly and fast compiled programming language. Go is object-oriented but free of classes. Learn more about Go on the official website. Free Resources Awesome Go: tons of free tutorials from the “Awesome Go” GitHub repository Go by Example: a concise intro How To Code in Go eBook: free ebook by DigitalOcean Learn Go with Tests: learn test-driven development with Go Learning Cloud Native Go: micro-services architecture with Go Ultimate Go study guide: a repository with notes on learning Go and computer systems Paid Resources These are the resources that I have found on reddit and elsewhere which seem to be popular.
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Here are some resources for you: Testing React Apps: a guide for testing React applications with the Jest framework How to Code in Go: free ebook for learning Go How to get started with the 11ty (Eleventy) Blog Starter: a tutorial on using Eleventy and Sanity.io (a content management system) Your First Tailwind Website: a YouTube video on using TailWind CSS Node Auth Tutorial (JWT): a video series on authentication with Node.
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TIL How to Assign Variables in Go

Declaration and Assignment Go is statically typed. Before you can bind a variable, you have to declare it: var age int This declares a new variable called age of type Integer. The variable is declared, but not initialized. If you want to assign something to a variable, you’ll do it like this: age = 35 There is a short-hand operator: :=: age := 35 The “walrus operator” is syntactic sugar for the two commands:
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Here are some links: Code Tetris: JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners - learn the basics of JavaScript by coding a Tetris game from scratch Beginner’s Guide to React w/ Hooks (2020) Free Course - a 2-hour free YouTube video by popular instructor Colt Steele Go GraphQL: Introduction to building GraphQL API in Golang #1 - a multi-part tutorial series Design Resources For Developers - a curated list of free design and UI resources by Brad Traversy [AskJS] Has anyone used GraphQL for a large project and regretted it?
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Here are some links for this Friday: Architecture Patterns with Python: Enabling Test-Driven Development, Domain-Driven Design, and Event-Driven Microservices Paperback - learn Domain-Driven Design with Python, free HTML version Performance Best Practices: Running and Monitoring Express.js in Production - insightful article, although it boasts some ads for the service the blog belongs to How To Build An Amazing LinkedIn Profile [15+ proven tips] - a guide on getting the most out of your LinkedIn profile Nonsense!
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