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Mastering Go: Create Golang production applications using network libraries, concurrency, machine learning, and advanced data structures, 2nd Edition Dive Deep Into The Go Language And Become An Expert Go Developer Key Features Second Edition Of The Bestselling Guide To Advanced Go Programming, Expanded To Cover Machine Learning, Go Packages And A Range Of Modern Development Techniques Completes The Go Developer S Education With Real World Guides To Building High Performance Production Systems Packed With Practical Examples And Patterns To Apply To Your Own Development Work Clearly Explains Go Nuances And Features To Remove The Frustration From Go Development Book Description Often Referred To Incorrectly As Golang, Go Is The High Performance Systems Language Of The Future Mastering Go, Second Edition Helps You Become A Productive Expert Go Programmer, Building And Improving On The Groundbreaking First Edition Mastering Go, Second Edition Shows How To Put Go To Work On Real Production Systems For Programmers Who Already Know The Go Language Basics, This Book Provides Examples, Patterns, And Clear Explanations To Help You Deeply Understand Go S Capabilities And Apply Them In Your Programming Work The Book Covers The Nuances Of Go, With In Depth Guides On Types And Structures, Packages, Concurrency, Network Programming, Compiler Design, Optimization, And Each Chapter Ends With Exercises And Resources To Fully Embed Your New Knowledge This Second Edition Includes A Completely New Chapter On Machine Learning In Go, Guiding You From The Foundation Statistics Techniques Through Simple Regression And Clustering To Classification, Neural Networks, And Anomaly Detection Other Chapters Are Expanded To Cover Using Go With Docker And Kubernetes, Git, WebAssembly, JSON, And If You Take The Go Programming Language Seriously, The Second Edition Of This Book Is An Essential Guide On Expert Techniques What You Will Learn Clear Guidance On Using Go For Production Systems Detailed Explanations Of How Go Internals Work, The Design Choices Behind The Language, And How To Optimize Your Go Code A Full Guide To All Go Data Types, Composite Types, And Data Structures Master Packages, Reflection, And Interfaces For Effective Go Programming Build High Performance Systems Networking Code, Including Server And Client Side Applications Interface With Other Systems Using WebAssembly, JSON, And GRPC Write Reliable, High Performance Concurrent Code Build Machine Learning Systems In Go, From Simple Statistical Regression To Complex Neural Networks Who This Book Is For Mastering Go, Second Edition Is For Go Programmers Who Already Know The Language Basics, And Want To Become Expert Go PractitionersTable Of Contents Go And The Operating System Understanding Go Internals Working With Basic Go Data Types The Uses Of Composite Types How To Enhance Go Code With Data Structures What You Might Not Know About Go Packages And Functions Reflection And Interfaces For All Seasons Telling A Unix System What To Do Concurrency In Go Goroutines, Channels, And Pipelines Concurrency In Go Advanced Topics Code Testing, Optimization, And Profiling The Foundations Of Network Programming In Go Network Programming Building Your Own Servers And Clients Machine Learning In Go



4 thoughts on “Mastering Go: Create Golang production applications using network libraries, concurrency, machine learning, and advanced data structures, 2nd Edition

  1. Kevin C Kevin C says:

    This book is huge and covers a lot of topics This book is primarily for developers who want to gain a greater understanding of the power of Go and how to do cool things with the language.Pros Concepts are explained in a simple manner For example, the author introduces a new concept or tool with Go and explains why you might want to use it and when Made me a better Go developer This book has a


  2. Graham King Graham King says:

    My biggest problem with this book is that it doesn t explain WHY Node trees p109 tells you how to display the compiler s node tree That s it, it just shows it, and moves on When would I use that Chapter 5 presents a range of data structures, without explaining what they are used for, there are no examples The logging section dumps an rsyslog config file over two pages, mentions the last line of the


  3. George Adamopoulos George Adamopoulos says:

    I like this book I really do I started learning Go reading The Go Programming Language which one can view as Go s K R But like not everyone can learn from K R, the same holds for TGPL too This is the gap that this book closes You cannot be scared You can finish the Tour of Go in Golang s web site and then start the book.Information presented in the book is in small pieces That is the author s style if


  4. Cory J. Lanou Cory J. Lanou says:

    Before I tell you about this book, I think it s important to disclose that I do Go training for a living This means that I m constantly writing material on Go and presenting it to developers of all levels One of the fundamental mistakes that many books make is assuming the reader knows background about a specific topic than they necessarily do.This book, however, does not make those assumptions In ever ch


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