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Go language is a programming language initially developed at Google in the year 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It is a statically-typed language having syntax similar to that of C. It provides garbage collection, type safety, dynamic-typing capability, many advanced built-in types such as variable length arrays and key-value maps. It also provides a rich standard library. The Go programming language was launched in November 2009 and is used in some of the Google’s production systems.

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Getting Familiar
1. Course Introduction
2. Installing Go
3. Verifying the Install with hello.go
4. Getting Package Documentation
5. Data Types and Declaration
6. Program Structure with Global Var Declaration
7. Declaring Multiple Variables on Single Line
8. Introduction to Functions
9. Returning Multiple Values from a Function
10. Naming Return Values
11. Variadic Parameter List
12. Recursive Functions

Conditional Statements and Loops
13. Finding the Average of an Array
14. For Loops – Part 1
15. Range and Len of an Array
16. If, else if, and else
17. Switch without Conditional
18. Switching on a Variable
19. Switch with Combined Cases

Maps, Pointer and More
20. Intro to Slices
21. The Append Function
22. Returning a Slice from a Function
23. Learn Maps
24. Learn Structures
25. Introduction to Pointers
26. Demo on Pointers
27. Passing Function Parameters by Reference

Functions, Methods and More
28. Buffered String Read from stdin
29. Using Scan and Scanln for Input
30. Structure Initialization and Method Syntax
31. Using Defer
32. Function Types
33. Closure Demo – Fibbonacci Numbers
34. Interfaces

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