When I was learning Go first, I read some introduction book and a language specification and I already knew several other programming languages and yet after all that it felt like I really don’t know enough about Go to do real world work. I felt I don’t have a deep enough knowledge of how things are done in Go-land and I’d probably need to fall into many traps before I can feel confident with it.
I was right.
While simplicity is at the core of Go philosophy you’ll find in further text it nevertheless enables numerous creative ways of shooting yourself in a foot…
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