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. The Go binary distributions assume they will be installed in /usr/local/go (or c:\Go under Windows), … Continue reading How Do I Create A Presentation Using Go?
When we think of interfaces, as traditional object-oriented programmers, the words 'abstract' or 'implements' come to mind and the example of the Shape Interface with the Rectangle and Triangle classes materialises before us; or the Animal interface with a Dog and Cat class mulling around. Go thinks differently and hence I take a different (and probably … Continue reading Go Interfaces and Quacking
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?