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“Concurrent Programming with Go”

Level: Intermediate

Author: Mike Van Sickle

Taking advantage of the processing power of today’s multi-core computers is a challenge that every developer faces. In this course, Concurrent Programming with Go, you will gain the ability to use Go’s powerful tools that allow multi-threaded programs to be written in a clear, easily understood manner. First, you will learn how to use goroutines to initiate concurrent tasks. Then, you will explore the sync package and how to use it to coordinate goroutines. Finally, you will discover channels and how they compliment and complete the coordination features of the sync package. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Go’s concurrency model needed to write safely, highly concurrent applications.

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