Golang was released in 2012, making it a relatively new language when compared to competitors like Python, which was released nearly two decades prior, yet it’s managed to stay ahead of the game as not only a coveted language by employers, but also loved by programmers.
Generics in Go have been released with Go 1.18 ! This is one of the most eagerly-awaited features since the release of the language.
We’re super excited to bring you our next learning track: Gopher Gang . We released our Python Track and Data Structures & Algorithms Track last month, and after such a positive response, we felt we had to do the same with our Golang course content.
In 2009, the computer science world was blessed with two powerful tools: Golang and Node.js.
Golang and C# offer a unique mixture of similarities and differences, having both been inspired by the same language, C.
Scala and Golang are newer languages, only coming on to the scene after the turn of the century, but in that time they’ve managed to become two of the highest-paid languages for developers, with the industry benefiting from their fresh creation.
Golang (or Go) and Java offer an interesting comparison because despite their wide differences, there are also key similarities in how and where they’re used by programmers.
In 2007, frustrated by some of C++’s inefficiencies and overcomplicated nature, and desiring a programming language designed specifically for multi-core processors and effectively managing large projects, three Google engineers, Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson, designed the Go language.
Needing to be a math genius to learn code is a thing of the past. More high-level programming languages offer an alternative to low-level machine code, which makes coding more accessible than ever.
Quicksort is an efficient sorting algorithm commonly used in production sorting implementations. Like Merge Sort , Quicksort is a divide-and-conquer algorithm .