Starting tomorrow, I will start learning Go via codeacademy & then try out tour of Go ( https://tour.golang.org/welcome/1 ).
I will post code snippets throughout the week and do a blog post on Sunday comparing the two and which is best for learning the language. 😃
For those interested about learning Go or its relevance today, check out this interview with Rob Pike, co-creator of the Go language 👉🏾 https://evrone.com/rob-pike-interview …
Will continue tomorrow with part 2!
Day 2: Learned a lot about declaring and assigning variables. I'm really liking the := operator for just inferring the value of a variable in Go rather than always declaring a type (though it might be necessary in some cases). Anyway here's the code below!
Check out the thread for today and yesterday and will be back for part three tomorrow!
Day 3: Learned a lot about @golang switch, if/else conditionals, and Sprintf and Sprintln. It's pretty cool stuff! Plus, my grade today was a lot better than the last two days! 😅
Officially done with Learning Go on @Codecademy over these past few days. It was been a pretty good experience and I can say that I definitely understand pointers and dereferencing pointers! See below for my last quiz grade. Not my best though lol 🥴
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