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Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, Part Four

In part one of this tutorial, we installed the Google App Engine SDK and then built and ran a simple web app locally. In part two, we deployed this simple web app to the Google App Engine and shared it … Continue reading

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Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, Part Three

In part one of this tutorial, we installed the Google App Engine SDK and then built and ran a simple web app locally. In part two, we deployed this simple web app to the Google App Engine and shared it … Continue reading

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Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, Part Two

In part one of this tutorial, we installed the Google App Engine SDK and then built and ran a simple web app locally. Now, we shall deploy our simple web app to the Google App Engine. Uploading Your App to … Continue reading

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Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, Part One

In this 4-part series of tutorials, I’m going to take you through the process of creating a fully functioning Go web app called GoView, using just pure Go and deploy to Google App Engine. Hopefully, this will help to demonstrate … Continue reading

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How Do I Create A Presentation Using Go?

Download and Install Go It goes without saying that you need to have Go installed on your computer. Just for completeness, visit the Go project’s downloads page and select the binary distribution that matches your operating system and processor architecture. … Continue reading

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A Simple Go Web App on Heroku with MongoDB on MongoHQ

Go is an extremely clean and fun language to work with and has a bunch of handy, modular, well documented packages out of the box. We can easily build a small web app using pure Go for handler functions, the … Continue reading

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Does the next decade belong to Go?

If history is anything to go by it seems inevitable that a new language will dominate the next decade. A new language will also need to solve problems that matter to this expanded world and that the existing languages will be slow to provide (or find impossible to provide). Could that new language be Go? Continue reading

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