Google's Go is a relatively new systems programming language that has recently gained a lot of traction with developers. It brings together the ease and efficiency of development in modern interpreted languages like Python, Perl, and Ruby with the efficiency and safety of a statically typed, compiled language like C/C++ and Java.
On top of that, Go is a language built for modern hardware and problems. With built-in support for concurrency, programmers can easily build software to scale up to today's many-core beasts. Programming in Go is really nice, and in this tutorial, you will learn why.
We will cover an introduction to the Go programming language, and together we will build a multi-user network service demonstrating all of the major principles of programming in Go.