Hi Everyone -
I am faculty in Computer Science at California State University, Fresno. I am also faculty at Fresno City College. I am teaching Go at both of these schools, using Go for web programming. I record all of my lectures, put them on YouTube, and organize them into playlists.
I began learning Go in December of 2014 and then started teaching it in January of 2015. Along with our upper-division comp sci students and our graduate comp sci students, I have had a lot of fun figuring this language out and figuring out how to do web programming with it.
When I was first learning Go, I wished there were more resources for myself and our students. I am glad to be able to now contribute to the Go community the resources I have created. It is my hope that these videos and playlists will be helpful to others who are learning Go.
This is the best video I have seen for learning go.
Definitely worth mentioning GopherVids by Damian Gryski: https://gophervids.appspot.com/
If you have nice videos that are not there, don’t forget to nag him
Gophervids gets updated irregularly, mostly dependent on my free time since I want to actually watch the videos and I have to update the JSON file by hand, etc
Videos I’ve not yet added I do add to the gophervids youtube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiAILMXD9huEKtg1Lyx0PO6Ki1WaJSyR5
However, these videos have not been vetted for quality, more of a link-dump.
@toddmcleod Do you have videos on HTTP/2 Web Applications ( Server Push & etc?).
If not, definitely check out https://github.com/GoogleChrome/simplehttp2server and the work BradFitz is doing, which you’re probably familar with.
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