Go or Golang as called is a great language supported by Google for developing applications multiplatform both for Linux and Windows. This language enjoys both worlds of easy coding and compiling yet high performance and versatility.
So why Go?
Go is Google's pet programming language (one of them, at least) and it is rather awesome. Awesome and powerful. And quick. Awesome, powerful and quick. Go is all of these things.
To enable a short taster of our 3-day hands-on Go Programming training course, we're running this free half-day mini-workshop, designed to give people with some existing programming experience a taster of some of the juiciest and most important parts of the Go programming language.
Go Workshop - Agenda
After the introductions we'll give an ultra-quick summary of some of the features of Go, followed by a couple of instructor-led sessions, each focusing on one of the key features of the Go language.
Because we're big fans of pair programming, we'll be coercing delegates into pairs for some hands-on exercises - so don't forget to bring your personal mobile computing devices.
This half-day course day runs from 09.30 to approximately 12.30
In a nutshell
Who should attend