Golang Tutorial for Beginners | Full Go Course

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  • TechWorld with Nana
    TechWorld with Nana  5 months ago +56

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    0:00 - Intro & Course Overview
    INTRODUCTION TO GO
    02:47 - What is Go? Why Go? How it's different?
    06:50 - Characteristics of Go and Go Use Cases
    GO SYNTAX & CONCEPTS
    08:59 - Local Setup - Install Go & Editor
    12:54 - Write our First Program & Structure of a Go File
    22:02 - Variables & Constants in Go
    30:43 - Formatted Output - printf
    33:43 - Data Types in Go
    45:18 - Getting User Input
    47:19 - What is a Pointer?
    53:55 - Book Ticket Logic
    57:16 - Arrays & Slices
    1:11:12 - Loops in Go
    1:24:24 - Conditionals (if / else) and Boolean Data Type
    1:39:33 - Validate User Input
    1:54:02 - Switch Statement
    1:58:37 - Encapsulate Logic with Functions
    2:22:36 - Organize Code with Go Packages
    2:35:39 - Scope Rules in Go
    2:37:16 - Maps
    2:53:20 - Structs
    3:02:15 - Goroutines - Concurrency in Go
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    • Algorithm Implementer
      Algorithm Implementer 2 months ago +1

      When is the advanced version coming? :(

    • ThePsaratha
      ThePsaratha 2 months ago

      Thanks

    • ThePsaratha
      ThePsaratha 2 months ago

      Thanks

    • Lets be human
      Lets be human 2 months ago

      At 50:04 , you can again reused the slide from 48:11 and show how user entered value is pointed to/assigned to userName variable. It would have been nice.
      Animation at 1:38:46 is great.
      Animatino at 2:33:!6 is best way to explain how exporting works in the definition package vs. the package where it is used. Awesome.
      2:46:50 - thanks for mentioning that we don’t have to memorize those conversions and we can Google it. I had such fear as a newbie decade back when I got into programming.

    • Lets be human
      Lets be human 3 months ago +1

      Hi Mam, When can we expect advanced Golang topics.... Please post sooner... Can't wait to learn channels and other topics... Pleaseeeeeeee

  • Kyler Johnson
    Kyler Johnson Month ago +63

    As a Sr. Principal Engineer, when I need to get ramped up on something new quickly, the first thing I do is go to youtube and look to see if you have any videos on it. Your content is well-structured, focused, and very well explained. It's truly superb. Thanks for all that you do!

  • Austin Musiku
    Austin Musiku 7 days ago +5

    This was excellent. I appreciate all the efforts you put in to the preparation of this video. Simply the best!!

  • Ahmad Faiaz
    Ahmad Faiaz 2 days ago +1

    I personally really enjoyed watching this tutorial, and can't wait for next coming tutorial on covering advanced topics. Thanks for making such a useful tutorial.

  • Rafael Avila Martínez

    Such a great course! to-the-point material for those of us with experience. Thank you very much!

  • Markus Buchholz
    Markus Buchholz 5 months ago +123

    From my humble point of view you and your team effort delivered in this channel, together with performance which is the master of piece for everyone are really breathtaking. You are brilliant lady of the TheXvid! I do believe your are one of the most important software technology "influencer" in this decade and I hope also it will last far beyond. Keep finger for your goals. Have a nice day!

    • Javi Mar
      Javi Mar 4 months ago +1

      I can only agree with this comment, I just finished watching it and it was amazing. Thank you so much for giving us this piece of learning Nana.

    • Giuseppe
      Giuseppe 4 months ago

      I agree, great content and Nana explains everything so well. Kudos to all the team and to the amazing Nana!

    • Markus Buchholz
      Markus Buchholz 5 months ago +1

      @TechWorld with Nana Awesome feedback. I think I am form Mars but you are from Venus! Good Luck

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  5 months ago +16

      Thank you so much Markus for your appreciative comment and support. Such feedback really motivates us to keep creating more content on our channel! 💙

  • Filipe Freire
    Filipe Freire 5 months ago +44

    Awesome job explaining Go concepts, the best course I've seen so far! The amount of preparation and dedication that was put into it (graphics, animations, steps to build the application..) sure distinguish this course from others in YT. A must watch if you're entering Go world :) Thank you for uploading this! 💙

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  5 months ago +6

      Thank you so much for your amazing feedback, Filipe! Really appreciate it 💙

  • Ron Clauw
    Ron Clauw 3 months ago +9

    First of all, this tutorial is EXCELLENT ! It's definitely in my top 3 of the many, many, many turorials I've come across over the past 30 years.
    Second, I love this language. The syntax is strict but fair and anticipates debugging. All programming code should be like this.
    I can't wait to rewrite my entire Powershell library in Golang.

  • Hameed Aabid
    Hameed Aabid 26 days ago +1

    It is amazing how many concepts you were able to introduce in this 3 hour tutorial and made it very easy to learn and remember.

  • Malo Blanchard
    Malo Blanchard 4 months ago +4

    Great tutorial. You're a very talented teacher. It's impressive how you manage to teach so many topics in a single video starting from 0. This is brilliant. Thank you

  • Philip Mwangi
    Philip Mwangi 5 months ago +16

    Well, I can Humbly say that I've understood many software engineering concepts with this channel. Wish all the professors were like you. Keep up the good work

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  5 months ago

      Wow, thank you for such great feedback, Philip! Really happy to hear! 😊

  • Anthony Apodaca
    Anthony Apodaca Month ago

    This was the most well explained, engaging and amazing course on Golang. Thank you for constructing this course and for the effort put into it!

  • Christopher Phillips
    Christopher Phillips 5 months ago +5

    Thank you very much for this course Nana! I appreciate all the time and effort that went into making this course. I'm looking forward to the advanced version now!

    • Banibrata Dutta
      Banibrata Dutta 3 months ago

      Absolutely. Would very much appreciate advanced course too.

  • Sudarshan Kandi
    Sudarshan Kandi 3 months ago

    great tutorial. Love the fact that you walk the student through setting up the environment and tie back concepts to older languages to increase familiarity. Looking forward to the advanced course.. and can't wait to put these beginner skills to converting my Python based project to a Golang implementation.

  • danish parvez
    danish parvez 4 months ago

    What an amazing introductory course on Golang! It's the best of its Kind. Keep the learner hooked to it all the time. Crisp, precise , covering all the important aspects of the language. Kudos to you, and so grateful that you made it freely available here. 😀

  • Manjunath Shenoy
    Manjunath Shenoy 2 months ago

    Nana, I have attended an hour straight of this tutorial, probably the longest ever attention span for me. I have watched a few hundred tutorials like anyone else in IT and no other tutorial has come close to just how well you handle explaining concepts. Kudos !.
    Thanks for the motivation.

  • iAmTheArm
    iAmTheArm 3 months ago +1

    Amazing tutorials, just absolutely stellar!
    This is exactly what I think an ideal tutorial should be: lots of practical stuff with passing but clear explanation of what it is and how it works.
    If I could, I'd subscribe twice.

  • Saravanan Saibaba
    Saravanan Saibaba 4 months ago +1

    Great tutorial Nana. The use case based approach was brilliant and engaging and puts language in perspective. I started the course and sat for the whole 3 1/2 hours and completed it. Thanks a lot for a great tutorial. Looking forward for more advanced tutorial.

  • Nilesh Viduranga Hemachandra

    Really good tutorial and covered pretty much all the basics. Thank you!!!! Quick question. can we use interface{} in map and put mixed data types inside of that?

  • Sudheer Singampalli
    Sudheer Singampalli 4 months ago +1

    I felt this video interesting as we started implementing a project unlike other videos which start from basics of variables and loops. Thanks a lot Nana.

  • Anthony Farias
    Anthony Farias 4 months ago +2

    This course is pure gold. Thank you so much. I get to understand every topic you explain.

  • ShaunPatrick
    ShaunPatrick 4 months ago +2

    Truly a fantastic tutorial. Very much looking forward to the advanced tutorial!

  • Georgi Valkanov
    Georgi Valkanov 3 months ago +2

    Truly impressed of how clear your explanation of each concept is. Thanks a lot for sharing with us such an amazing content.

  • Tom Doughty
    Tom Doughty Month ago

    Great tutorial, thank you. I tried to dive into Go knowing only Python, so things felt a little bit strange. But this was perfect for learning the basics.

  • Swapnil Banga
    Swapnil Banga Month ago +1

    Pacing, presentation, content - everything is on point. Usually, I get bored with online tutorials and have to force myself to watch them after a certain point but this is an exception!

  • Khairul Bashar
    Khairul Bashar 4 months ago +1

    This is exactly what I was looking for. The explanations were very descriptive but short and the comparisons with other languages made it more clear. Thank you so much for this resource.

  • GIRIDHAR KIRTHIK H
    GIRIDHAR KIRTHIK H Month ago

    The best tutorial available on Golang over TheXvid. The speciality of this tutorial is all the concepts, right from basics to advanced are covered step by step by building a small project very perfectly. Very much learner friendly, especially for beginners. Hats off to you. Appreciate your efforts

  • Thant Phyo Aung
    Thant Phyo Aung 4 months ago +1

    Thanks for your Steady, Precise, Clear explanation without any useless words.
    What a great course!!!
    I am so excited about your next Go advanced course.

  • oferfg4a
    oferfg4a 2 months ago +3

    Great course Nana (as always!) can't wait for the advanced course...

  • Oscar Javier
    Oscar Javier 3 months ago

    Thank you a lot, great work. Everything is super clear and also fast enough to learn the differences from other programming languages

  • Aruna Manivannan
    Aruna Manivannan 3 months ago +5

    This is a wonderful tutorial for beginner like me who never been a developer in my career so far. Thank you Nana for your contribution to educate others.

  • Michael Cade
    Michael Cade 4 months ago +2

    Just completed this and it was a great great way to learn the fundamentals of Go... I am new to programming and as much as i am not focused on becoming a developer I do want to understand the code in which applications my company creates. Great Job Nana. Have used this for my #90DaysOfDevOps Learning.

  • milan singh
    milan singh 15 days ago

    Nana tutorials are always great and this one too. Expecting videos of deep dive into pointers, context and go Chanel.
    Appreciated for teaching us.

  • Tushita Patel
    Tushita Patel 5 months ago +3

    Your lesson is fantastically curated! You made it sound so simple and broken down. Looking forward to the upcoming, more intensive Go course. I'd also love to learn more about akka from you, Nana.

    • Lets be human
      Lets be human 2 months ago

      +1. The beauty of this channel is they break down and makes things simple with their slides and animations.

  • Kajal Khirodkar
    Kajal Khirodkar 2 months ago

    Thank you so much for this course. Your instructions were precise and your simple explanation of difficult concepts, helped me understand everything very quickly.

  • Lets be human
    Lets be human 2 months ago +11

    Thanks for making great quality content and keeping it free and accessible. I finally finished this video.
    There are lot of channels that cover programming languages and interview prep. Only few do DevOps.
    I sincerely request you to start making videos on AI/ML/ Computer Vision topics. It involves Maths and sometimes scares newbies. Also waiting for the Golang course on advanced topics like channels, wait groups, etc.
    Also, only great teachers can make any topic understandable and the explain like they can explain to 5.
    Once again, Thanks to your team.

    • Lets be human
      Lets be human 2 months ago

      @TechWorld with Nana I'm crying. At least in future please consider your decision. Please, we need good teachers and doctors in this world. Please...

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  2 months ago +4

      Thanks so much for your support!
      Thanks for your suggestions, for now AI/ML topics are not planned though

  • Allison Yang
    Allison Yang 3 months ago

    Very useful tutorial!it helped me link up the knowledge blocks with real sample project. Concepts and application well explained in simple and clear words and graphics! Not a single word is wasted. Thank you Nana!

  • PipoKE
    PipoKE 2 months ago

    Thanks for your efforts, as usual very clear, easy to understand and helpful course. I am waiting for the next level :D

  • Thirsty pooch
    Thirsty pooch Month ago +1

    Nana, you are a great teacher ! Love learning with your tutorials

  • g
    g 2 months ago

    Thank you for the awesome video for beginners. Can we expect a few more courses on microservices with GO, Kubernetes, Kafka, Database, Cloud? This will help us to use GO in our DevOps work. Thanks again.....

  • Abhinav Ganguly
    Abhinav Ganguly 2 months ago

    Watched this course to help me learn this language for a coding interview. Really appreciated the examples, explanations, and overall help!

  • Ramachandran P
    Ramachandran P 5 months ago +1

    OMG! I was searching Go tutorial on your channel just before a week, I'm stunned by seeing your video! Actually I started doing all your courses and liked the flow you carry over throughout the session. I learned Docker and Kubernetes through your session only and you're an amazing talent! Thank you very much Nana!
    Please do courses on Openshift and Spinnaker! I am looking forward to that!

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  5 months ago +1

      Thank you so much! Makes me really happy to hear such amazing feedback! Really appreciate your comment! 💙

  • Johan Thallauer
    Johan Thallauer 2 months ago

    Thank you Nana, this video was a great entry point for me to Golang! I can now do some simple stuff, but more importantly, I can understand more of other Go tutorials and examples.

  • Saurav Kalal
    Saurav Kalal 5 months ago +6

    Thank you as always ❤️ can you please make a video on advanced version on this course for cloud native deployment and other cloud native action in pure Golang code

  • Nana C
    Nana C 3 months ago +1

    Thanks for the awesome tutorial video! This is so light weighted and motivative for a beginner. I look forward to your next Go course video^^

  • James T.
    James T. 3 months ago

    I don’t have much of a background in programming, some scripting and some html and css a long time ago. As someone who has taught kids programming concepts i know how daunting this is. What you have managed to teach in a little over 3 hours is amazing. You seem to be able to predict questions and then answer them. I hope there is more to come from you. Thank you for all the effort you and team have done on this video.

  • Thomas Poth
    Thomas Poth 5 months ago +4

    Thank you so much for this amazing tutorial. I've done it in one "Go" 😉
    Further more; all the samples are working great without to become stuck.

  • Sharadhi Ballal
    Sharadhi Ballal 20 days ago +1

    Thank you !! Very well organized and very well explained .

  • Korbs
    Korbs 4 months ago

    Great course ! I wanted to learn Go recently and your video came just in time ! Your explanations are amazing, it feels like a story that you can just follow along. First time I did not have to pause a learning video as well, the pace is perfect.

  • Pamu Ravi
    Pamu Ravi 2 months ago

    Hi Nana, I watched your videos (docker, Kubernetes and golang). Excellent tutorial videos, I learnt a lot of from your videos only. Your explanation is very nice from zero level. Truly says that I came from non technical field, I learnt golang and also created a small project, that's credit goes to you only. Thank you so much Nana. I am always your fan and student of you.

  • Michael Mazur
    Michael Mazur 3 months ago +1

    Thank you, Nana! Maybe you can create a tutorial about how to use the Golang to access the Kubernetes cluster with the Go Kubernetes API library?

  • Techologist
    Techologist 4 months ago +1

    Really Awesome job on presenting the concepts of Go. Can you also let us know when is your next video about the Advanced go?

  • Jim T. Tang
    Jim T. Tang 3 months ago

    I appreciate you and your team selflessly share these excellent videos! Salute to you! Thank you and bless you!

  • enraiha kanagi
    enraiha kanagi 2 months ago

    Thank you for making this video, I was able to easily understand every concept you taught. I am a fresher at my job and go was very new to me. I'm looking forward to more on channels and goroutines, also how the memory management works in go. Reference vars n stuff..

  • Prashanth .R
    Prashanth .R 4 months ago +2

    Excellent!! I love the way you explain the concepts everything is crystal clear. I'm awaiting the advanced GO concepts video of yours. I really appreciate your great work (Pro Nana)

  • Rashmi N
    Rashmi N 4 months ago +2

    Great concise course!! I was assigned a task to work on a go application and had to pick up the basics ASAP and this course just fits the requirement! Now I understand everything I need to know to get started ! Thank you Nana :)

    • Nithin john
      Nithin john 2 months ago

      Hi same here, just checked do we need any prior programming exp to understand it??

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  4 months ago

      Glad it was helpful Rashmi :)

  • tutu
    tutu 4 months ago +1

    Excellent! You have excellent teaching skills, thank you for sharing them with us! Any plans to do a second part, a more advanced one?

  • Metodija Antuleski
    Metodija Antuleski 2 months ago

    First time using golang and i can say that this is a wonderful tutorial so far, so thank you for your great explanation. What i did on 1:33:34 instead of using "continue", i used fmt.Scan(&userTickets) one more time and then printed a msg that says pick a number less than remainingTickets so i won't force the user to start over but to continue where he left.
    Great video so far.

  • Daniel Pleh
    Daniel Pleh Month ago

    very good structured tutorial! Can't wait for the next one ;)

  • Jayanth Sathyanarayana
    Jayanth Sathyanarayana 5 months ago +4

    Thank you for the awesome video and all the effort you and your team put in these videos.Truly amazing!!

  • NiM4
    NiM4  4 months ago

    2:47:06
    userData["tickets"] = fmt.Sprintf("%v", userTickets)
    it's a shorter way to convert typing.
    Greate explained tutorial , Thanks

  • Venkatesh Naicker
    Venkatesh Naicker 4 months ago +18

    This is superb! Very well organized, very well explained and very well paced!

  • tpierce3
    tpierce3 4 months ago +6

    I've gone through my fair share of Go tutorials, paid and YT, and while there were a couple of good ones... this is hands down the best introduction to Go I've seen so far. And I didn't just watch it. I did the full code along with this one. The organization of the coding project to build up Go programming concepts that were visually and audibly explained with such clarity - was fantastic. This actually rekindled my excitement for learning this language. I cannot wait for the full Basic to Advanced course when it releases. Kudos. Well done.

    • tpierce3
      tpierce3 4 months ago

      @TechWorld with Nana You're welcome!

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  4 months ago +1

      I'm happy you enjoyed the course, and thank you so much for such amazing feedback! I appreciate it 💙

  • Emmanuel Ibikunle
    Emmanuel Ibikunle 4 months ago

    This is a very good video, it is informative and engaging - I enjoyed every second of it
    thanks Nana.

  • Carmelo Marasco
    Carmelo Marasco 26 days ago +1

    I think this Is the best golang course I have ever watched on TheXvid. You did an Amazing job. Your explaination is very clear. Awesome!!

  • Phalgun Swaraj
    Phalgun Swaraj 5 months ago +7

    My week kicked off with new learning as always with Nana's course... Go.. Golang() thank you Nana for this awesome content😊

  • Hamidullah Muslih
    Hamidullah Muslih 2 months ago

    Thank you for all the efforts you doing! I finished this course as well :)

  • Namash Aggarwal
    Namash Aggarwal 5 months ago +11

    Such an awesome course ❤️.
    Could you please also make a course on intermediate to advanced concepts in Golang ❤️

  • Adrián Flores
    Adrián Flores 5 months ago +3

    What an amazing course.! Thanks you nana for this well explained, detailed and helpful tutorial

  • Christopher
    Christopher 5 months ago +2

    Great teacher. Super clear and easy to understand. Congrats! Keep going the good job !

  • Fernando Raposo
    Fernando Raposo 2 months ago

    Very well done! Thanks for the course Nana!

  • Luxwarp
    Luxwarp 2 months ago +2

    Hey girl! I've been looking at Go for a few years now but never found any good tutorial that got me hooked on it.....Until now! You just made me GO all in for Go now as my future primary backend language. Be proud of what you have done and i'm looking forward to your advanced course :). And you also got a new subscriber that will follow your videos with excitement! :D

  • Stephen Dela Cruz
    Stephen Dela Cruz 2 months ago +1

    This is THE best "Hello World" tutorial I've ever encountered. Love the thoroughness of it all. 💎✨👌

  • Soff
    Soff 20 days ago +3

    I like the way you explain new concepts, you're one of the best instructors I've ever seen.
    Good job Nana 🔥

    • Shivani Tiwari
      Shivani Tiwari 10 hours ago

      @Soff okay thanks for the information

    • Soff
      Soff 12 hours ago

      @Shivani Tiwari ,I don't think so. Having any experience with threads using Cpp or java (any multi threaded prog language) can be helpful but nana is explaining everything from scratch so I suppose there are no prerequisite needed for this course.

    • Shivani Tiwari
      Shivani Tiwari 14 hours ago

      Hello @Soff ,do we need to have any kind of skills or knowledge before starting this course??

  • Michael Yue
    Michael Yue 3 months ago

    Fantastic content!! Now, can we have the "Complete Go Course" already? ;)

  • Alex Terr
    Alex Terr 3 months ago

    I'm a javaScript developer and this tutorial is completely understandable for me. Now I know Go fundamentals. Thank you for your job!

  • Make Authority Hindi
    Make Authority Hindi 5 months ago +12

    It's a great tutorial, and explanation because I can't ever seen this simplistic and easy step by step. Thanks so much.

  • Sau Jac
    Sau Jac 3 months ago

    Thank you so much. Great intro. The only thing I did was replacing the Virtual Studio with VSCodium, an open source alternative without Micro$oft's telemetry code.

  • Mohamed Sobhy
    Mohamed Sobhy 3 months ago +1

    I tried to learn golang on 2021 but I found it really hard to learn, but then I saw this video and I started to belive I can do it again, thanks for this it was really helpful

  • Matthew Robinson
    Matthew Robinson 2 months ago +1

    I’ve been wanting to dive into Golang for a few years and have built a few things from tutorials - such as HTTP servers and fake CLI apps. This is BY FAR the best Go tutorial I’ve seen so far. I’ve understood more core concepts and features of the language from this tutorial than any other, even the more “technical” ones. Excellent job and I love this channel!

    • Hi Everybody
      Hi Everybody 2 months ago

      Can I ask, why do Go rather than Rust?

  • Swarnava Ganguly
    Swarnava Ganguly 5 months ago +2

    Very informative to get started with a new Language... You contextualized the concepts with a mini project which was awesome. I would wait for advance courses like building APIs with data store.

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  5 months ago +1

      Thank you so much for pointing that out! I did spend some time thinking about structuring the course like that 😊 So I really appreciate your comment! 💙

  • George Gach
    George Gach 5 months ago +7

    Nana being awesome as always. Thanks for this golden content!

  • Sumit Banik
    Sumit Banik 5 months ago +3

    As usual amazing tutorial and explanation.
    Just an addition, In GoLang curly braces should be in the same line where the for loop is started.
    Like: for {
    and not: for
    {
    }

    • David Rahäuser
      David Rahäuser 5 months ago +1

      It's just (default) CodeStyle-Guide, it depends on what your project in real world companies has set.

  • Jessica Sunlight
    Jessica Sunlight 17 hours ago

    Don't do much programming these days but watched just for fun and its very well presented and I would recommend for beginner. Thanks for taking your time to create this video. If I would need to learn Go I know where to go :)

  • Franz Alexander Yépez Hinostroza

    Thanks, Nana. I really enjoy your content. Learning go is one of my goals for this year.

  • GORTHI RAVITEJA
    GORTHI RAVITEJA 3 months ago

    Thanks for the Awesome 👌 Lecture about Tremendous Language called Go. Really I learnt a lot about the Go and it's Application .
    Thank you,
    Nana 😀😀😀🙍‍♀️

  • Gowher Dar
    Gowher Dar 4 months ago

    thankful to you for making this video for beginners ..really a great tutorial very helpful great explanation once again thanks

  • Sumit Mukharjee
    Sumit Mukharjee 5 months ago +1

    Thank Nana people like you are surely god for us.. Much love and support🔥🔥

  • Usman Arif
    Usman Arif 4 months ago +1

    The only channel where you & your team are creating the quality content & this kind of quality content is only created by a very few people on internet. Stay blessed

  • Vivek Singh
    Vivek Singh 5 months ago +4

    This is my first course from you Nana. Never seen such a well explained course on Go.
    Your way of teaching shows that you care for your students to really grasp the concepts.
    Thankyou so much!! Looking forward for the advanced course...

  • Sabari Karthik Saravanan

    Extremely helpful. Is there any plans to add advanced concepts like function methods, pointers etc ?

  • Liz Schneider
    Liz Schneider 2 months ago

    Amazing tutorial! 😃 Thank you very much!

  • Rajendra Taradale
    Rajendra Taradale 4 months ago

    Thanks for your great efforts, awesome explanation of go concepts, Appreciated

  • Mike Epps
    Mike Epps 25 days ago

    Had forgotten some concepts and after watching this.This has to be the best Golang tutorial online.Learnt some much in a short time.

  • Sivakanth R
    Sivakanth R 4 months ago +1

    Loving the tutorial. Best part is how you organize each course, easy to follow examples and making the watcher easier to understand. So many thanks, wishing you many more courses for us in 2022, thx again :-).

    • Sivakanth R
      Sivakanth R 4 months ago

      @TechWorld with Nana ohhh thanks Nana for alerting. I mistook it for your reply from the thumbnail pic. 🙏🙏

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  4 months ago +1

      And thanks for your great feedback :)

    • TechWorld with Nana
      TechWorld with Nana  4 months ago +1

      Hey Sivakanth, this was not my message. It's identity theft. Don't write to this whatsapp number!

    • Sivakanth R
      Sivakanth R 4 months ago

      Thank you 🙏

  • Faisal
    Faisal 2 months ago

    Amazing content! I love it and looking forward to more :)

  • Binoy Sankar
    Binoy Sankar 5 months ago +9

    I have watched 45 min now and i can say the way you explain this is very easy to understand and coming from java background I feel its much more easier to learn, not sure. Thanks for your efforts. Kudos Nana...

  • Margus Kask
    Margus Kask 2 months ago

    This undoubtedly a very good tutorial. Using a practical app-building project as an example is a very good idea. Just from my personal experience at some point there was just a bit too much too fast to take in. But i guess this is down to me being a completely new to coding.

  • Andrew McMenemy
    Andrew McMenemy 4 months ago +1

    I've been searching for a tutorial that would make sense of Go's package system, and yours finally made everything clear to me. Thanks!

  • Aurel Pintea
    Aurel Pintea 4 months ago +2

    Thanks Nana for the great quality of content in this tutorial! Well done.