Go In 5 Minutes
Welcome Gophers! First off, lots of
This repository has code and outlines for Go In 5 Minutes Screencasts. All content (code samples, outlines, etc...) is organized into folders, starting with
episode0 and going from there.
Full descriptions and videos are at https://www.goin5minutes.com/screencasts/index.html.
Shortened URL for this repository: https://bitly.com/goin5minutes
Shortened URL for screencasts: https://bitly.com/goin5minutesyt
Request A Screencast
If you've been interested in a Go package, best practice, or topic, I've probably had some experience with it, so I'd like to hear from you. Especially if you'd like to see a screencast on it!
Please submit an issue with a short description on the package/best practice/etc... that you've been thinking of.
Here are some example issues: https://github.com/arschles/go-in-5-minutes/labels/request%20a%20screencast.
I'd love to hear from you!
Go in 5 Minutes has some folks who generously provide financial backing to help pay for development costs. See BACKERS.md for the list of those folks.
If you'd like to sponsor the screencast (and get your logo up on that page!), go to https://patreon.com/goin5minutes.
If you're just getting started with the series, want to download the screencasts, or otherwise would like to have DRM-free, HD versions of the screencasts, I encourage you to buy the bundle of episodes 0-9 at https://gum.co/gifm-1-10.
I send out an email newsletter intermittently with screencasts, additional information and resources. I encourage you to sign up for it at https://www.goin5minutes.com/subscribe/index.html.
Issues With Code, Documentation, etc...
If you see any problems with code, documentation, or anything else in this repository, please submit an issue with the
bug label and I'll fix it as soon as I can. Pull requests are also welcome.
Build, Test and Run Instructions
All the folders that start with
episode (such as
episode0) contain the outline and code samples for that episode, and all code samples can be built and run.
Unless otherwise specified in the
README.md in the episode folder, the commands for building, testing and running simply use the
go tool. All episodes are buildable and testable, but some don't have a
package main because they're libraries, so they won't be runnable.
go build -o example && ./example