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Mastering Go (Golang)" is your ultimate guide to mastering the intricacies of the Go programming language. Whether you're a seasoned developer or a newcomer to the world of programming, this book will equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to create high-performance applications and elevate your coding expertise.

Mastering Go (Golang)

  • 1.Getting Started with Go
    1.1.What is Go (Golang)?
    1.2.History and Origins of Go
    1.3.Setting up the Go Development Environment
    1.4.Your First Go Program
    2.Go Basics
    2.1.Data Types and Variables
    2.2.Constants and Enums
    2.3.Control Structures (if, else, switch, loops)
    2.4.Functions and Methods
    2.5.Packages and Imports
    3.Object-Oriented Programming in Go
    3.1.Structs and Composition
    3.2.Pointers and Methods with Receivers
    3.3.Interfaces and Type Assertion
    3.4.Polymorphism and Duck Typing
    3.5.Embedding and Mixins
    4.Concurrency and Goroutines
    4.1.Understanding Concurrency in Go
    4.2.Goroutines and Parallelism
    4.3.Channels and Communication
    4.4.Select Statement and Synchronization
    4.5.Patterns and Best Practices for Concurrency
    5.Working with Go Standard Library
    5.1.Input/Output and File Handling
    5.2.String Manipulation and Formatting
    5.3.Date and Time Handling
    5.4.Regular Expressions
    5.5.JSON and XML Parsing
    6.Advanced Go Features
    6.1.Reflection and Metadata
    6.2.Error Handling and Custom Errors
    6.3.Writing and Using Go Packages
    6.4.Testing and Benchmarking in Go
    6.5.Profiling and Optimization Techniques
    7.Web Development with Go
    7.1.Building HTTP Servers and Handlers
    7.2.Handling Requests and Responses
    7.3.Routing and Middleware
    7.4.Working with Templates and HTML
    7.5.RESTful API Development with Go
    8.Database and Data Storage
    8.1.Working with SQL Databases
    8.2.Using NoSQL Databases
    8.3.Working with Key-Value Stores
    8.4.Integrating Go with ORM and Database Libraries
    8.5.Data Migration and Versioning
    9.Advanced Web Topics in Go
    9.1.Websockets and Real-Time Communication
    9.2.Authentication and Authorization
    9.3.File Upload and Handling
    9.4.Caching and Performance Optimization
    9.5.Security Best Practices in Go Web Applications
    10.Go and Cloud Computing
    10.1.Deploying Go Applications to the Cloud
    10.2.Working with AWS, GCP, and Azure
    10.3.Serverless Computing with Go
    10.4.Microservices and Go
    10.5.Containers and Kubernetes with Go
    11.Command-Line Applications and CLI Tools
    11.1.Creating Command-Line Applications with Go
    11.2.Parsing Command-Line Arguments and Flags
    11.3.Writing Interactive CLI Tools
    11.4.Packaging and Distributing CLI Tools
    11.5.Building Cross-Platform CLI Tools with Go
    12.Working with Networking and Web Sockets
    12.1.TCP and UDP Networking
    12.2.Working with HTTP Clients and Servers
    12.3.Building Proxy Servers and Reverse Proxies
    12.4.Web Sockets and Real-Time Communication
    12.5.Building Networked Applications with Go
    13.Go and DevOps
    13.1.Continuous Integration and Deployment with Go
    13.2.Automating Build and Test Processes
    13.3.Configuration Management and Go
    13.4.Monitoring and Logging with Go
    13.5.Infrastructure as Code with Go
    14.Advanced Topics in Go
    14.1.Working with Cgo and Interfacing with C
    14.2.Cross-Compiling and Platform-Specific Builds
    14.3.Mobile App Development with Go
    14.4.Machine Learning and AI with Go
    14.5.Exploring Emerging Technologies in Go
    15.Go and the Future
    15.1.Go Community and Open-Source Contributions
    15.2.Go Roadmap and Upcoming Features
    15.3.Adoption of Go in Enterprises
    15.4.Growth of Go Ecosystem and Libraries
    15.5.The Evolution of Go in Modern Computing
    16.1.Go Language reference guide for Go syntax and keywords
    16.2.Recommended books, websites, and forums for further learning
    16.3.About the author

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