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GOLANG Online Certification


Job Aspirants


Online and Classroom Sessions


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

1.5  hrs in weekdays and 3hrs during Weekend

GOLANG What will you learn?

•Basic to Advance concepts of GOLANG
•What are the advantages of GOLANG?
•You will know how to work with GOLANG.
•How to Make and design Web apps Using GOLANG.
•Learn from scratch how to execute code with GOLANG
•Learn fundamentals of GOLANG for Beginners: Practical and hands-on learning
•An easy way to learn one of the widely used GOLANG
•Learn GOLANG – A super fun way to improve your programming skills
•Learn how to code in GOLANG This GOLANG Course is set up for complete beginners!

go lang for tourists Course Highlights

•Real-world skills + project portfolio
•Exercises and handouts after every session
•Get Certified at the Best Training Institute.
•Regular Brush-up Sessions of the previous classes
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
•Project manager can be assigned to track candidates’ performance
•Flexible group timings to admit freshers, students, and employed professionals
•We help the students in building the resume boost their knowledge by providing useful Interview tips

Who are eligible for GOLANG

•Angularjs, Core Java, .Net, Ui Development, Ssis, Ssrs, Mobility Architect, Java Architect, Devops, Android Developer, Ios Developer
•Deep Learning, C, C++, Algorithm, Data Structures, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Development, C++ Developer, C Programming, Programming, Gpu
•Java, Core Java, J2ee, Ui, Java Fullstack, Front End, Angularjs, Angular, React.js, Java Senior Developers, Java Developers, Java Lead, Ui Lead, Ui Developers
•QA and Testing, erp, IMS, Cloud Computing, c# c c++, core java j2ee, oracle plsql unix shell script, cobol jcl db2 vsam cics, Sharepoint C#
•Web Apps, ios/android/windows, Ux Designers, web/mobile developer, html5/css3/javascript/mobile code, testing, automation, manual, mobile, web, ui


Installation and Setup
•Software Installation
•Configuration & Setup
•Basic Concepts
•Anatomy of a Go Program
•Boolean and Numeric Values
•String and Rune Values
•Constants and Variables (Part I)
•Constants and Variables (Part II)
•The ‘if’ Statement
•The ‘switch’ Statement
•The ‘for’ Statement
•Functions – Part 1
•Functions – Part 2
•Type Declarations
•Packages Part 1
•Packages Part 2
•Arrays & Slices
•Declaring and Using Arrays
•Arrays and Functions
•Declaring and Using Slices
•Slices and Functions
•CECS Slices
•Review Parts 1-4
•Labs Parts 1-4
•Introduction to Structs
•Advance Structs Usage
•Introduction to Go-routines
•Waiting and Synchronization
•Go-routine Pitfalls
•Labs Part 1-2
•Introduction to Channels
•Working with Closed Channels
•Channels and Functions
•Channels and Go-Routines
•Channel Selection
•Concurrency Patterns
•What is a Pointer?
•Creating Pointers
•Using Pointers
•Pointers & Functions
•What is an Interface?
•Implementing an Interface
•Method Set
•Interfaces and Functions
•Type Assertion
•Standard I/O & File I/O
•io.Writer and io.Reader
•io Functions
•Formatted Output
•Formatted Input
•Simple HTTP Server & Client
•HTTP Server v2
•Generic TCP/IP Server & Client
•Thank You