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Премиум
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    Introduction to Variables
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    Example: Path Separator
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    When to use a short declaration?
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    Let's convert a value!
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    Learn the basics of os.Args
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    Naming Things: Recommendations
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    What is a Raw String Literal?
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    How to get the length of a utf-8 string?
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    Example: Banger: Yell it back!
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    Constants and iota
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    Println vs Printf
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    What is an Escape Sequence?
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    How to print using Printf?
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    The verbs can be type-safe too!
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    If Statement
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    Else and Else If
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    Tiny Challenge: Validate a single user
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    Solution: Validate a single user
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    Tiny Challenge: Validate multiple users
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    Solution: Validate multiple users
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    What is a nil value?
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    What is an error value?
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    Error handling example
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    Challenge: Feet to Meter
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    Solution: Feet to Meter
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    What is a Simple Statement?
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    Scopes of simple statements
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    Famous Shadowing Gotcha
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    Learn the Switch Statement Basics
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    What is a default clause?
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    Use multiple values in case conditions
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    Use bool expressions in case conditions
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    How does the fallthrough statement work?
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    What is a short switch?
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    Tiny Challenge: Parts of a Day
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    Solution: Parts of a Day
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    If vs Switch: Which one to use?
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    There is only one loop statement in Go
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    How to break from a loop?
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    How to continue a loop? (+BONUS: Debugging)
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    Create a multiplication table
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    How to loop over a slice?
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    For Range: Learn the easy way!
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    Randomization and Go
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    Seed the randomizer with time
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    Write the Game Logic
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    Build the Word Finder Program
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    Labeled Break and Continue
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    Break from a Switch using Labels
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    Yes there is a "goto" statement in Go
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    Introduction and Roadmap
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    What is an array in Go?
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    Let's create an array
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    Learn the gotcha when using a for range on arrays
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    What is a composite literal?
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    Refactor the Hipster's Love Bookstore to array literals
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    Tiny Challenge #1: Moodly
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    Can you compare array values?
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    Can you assign an array value to another one?
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    How to use multi-dimensional arrays?
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    Tiny Challenge #2: Moodly
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    Learn the rarely known feature of Go: The Keyed Elements
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    Learn the relation between composite and unnamed types
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    Recap: Arrays
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    Challenge: Retro Led Clock
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    Let's print the digits
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    Let's print the clock
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    It's time to animate the clock!
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    Introduction and Roadmap
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    Learn the differences between slices and arrays
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    Can you compare a slice to another one?
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    Create a unique number generator
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    Append: Let's grow a slice!
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    Slicing: Let's cut that slice!
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    How to create pagination using slices? (+ Sprintf)
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    What is a Backing Array?
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    What's a slice header?
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    What does a slice header look like in the actual Go runtime code?
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    What is the capacity of a slice?
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    Extend a slice using its capacity
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    When does the append function create a new backing array?
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    Animate: When the backing array of a slice grows?
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    Full Slice Expressions: Limit the capacity of a slice
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    make(): Preallocate the backing array
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    copy(): Copy elements between slices
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    How to use multi-dimensional slices?
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    Fetch the Files
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    Write to a file
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    Optimize!
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    Challenge
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    Step #1: Create and Draw the Board
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    Step #2: Optimize by adding a Buffer
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    Step #3: Animate the Ball
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    Introduction and Roadmap
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    Let's learn the basics of bytes, runes and strings
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    Let's write a character-set program
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    Let's convert, index, and slice bytes, runes and strings
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    How can you decode a string?
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    String Header: Why strings are immutable?
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    Recap: Strings Revisited
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    Challenge
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    Detect the link patterns
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    Mask the links
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    Let's build a Unicode text wrapper
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    Create an English to Turkish dictionary
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    Populate the dictionary
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    Map Internals: How maps work behind the scenes?
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    Scan user input using bufio.Scanner
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    Use maps as sets
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    Create a Log Parser using maps and bufio.Scanner
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    What is a struct?
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    Let's create a struct!
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    When can you compare struct values?
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    Go OOP: Struct Embedding
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    Rewrite: Log Parser to Structs
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    Encode values to JSON
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    Decode values from JSON
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    Learn the function basics
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    Confine variables to a function
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    Rewrite: Log Parser using functions
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    Learn the Pass By Value Semantics
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    What is a pointer?
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    Learn the pointer mechanics
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    Learn how to work with pointers to composite types
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    Rewrite the Log Parser using Pointers
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    Pointers or Values? Be Consistent
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    Methods: Enhance types with additional behavior
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    Pointer Receivers: Change the received value
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    Non-Structs: Attach methods to almost any type
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    Interfaces: Be dynamic!
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    Type Assertion: Extract the dynamic value!
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    Empty Interface: Represent any type of value
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    Type Switch: Detect and extract multiple values
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    Promoted Methods: Let's make a little bit of refactoring
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    Don't interface everything!
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    Stringer: Grant a type the ability to represent itself as a string
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    Sorter: Let a type know how to sort itself
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    Marshalers: Customize JSON encoding and decoding of a type