|Go Brain Teasers (Pragmatic Bookshelf)|
|Friday, 15 October 2021|
This book contains 25 short programs that will challenge your understanding of Go. Like any big project, the Go developers had to make some design decisions that at times seem surprising. In this book Miki Tebeka uses those quirks as a teaching opportunity. Some of the teasers are from the author's experience shipping bugs to production, and some from others doing the same. Challenge yourself and challenge your assumptions to gain a more in-depth understanding of integers, strings, Unicode, compiler behavior, and a variety of subtle programming gotchas that might otherwise trip you up.
Just read a short program written in Go, try to guess the output, run the code yourself, and then go to the next page for an explanation of the solution.
Author: Miki Tebeka
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