Courses

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Introduction

Go is a great language for CS majors. This page presents some university courses that use Go. For a list of free and commercial Go training classes, see the Learn wiki.

Language

  • University of Helsinki, Department of Computer Science used to have a course named Introduction to Go, taught by K. Bäckman: http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/courses/582336 in Spring 2010.
  • University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski", Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics has elective course named "Programming with Go", taught by K. Vladimiroff: http://fmi.golang.bg (bulgarian) and their [public lectures] - (also in bulgarian)
  • Free University of Berlin (Germany) had a course Introduction to Go Programming in Spring 2013.
  • J.W. Goethe University (Frankfurt/Main, Germany) had a course Introduction to Go Programming in Spring 2015 (in german)
  • University of Pennsylvania had a course on Go Programming in Spring 2017.
  • SUNY Potsdam (Potsdam, NY) "Selected languages course with Go", taught by Dr. Brian C. Ladd (Associate Professor of Computer Science). First class in Spring 2017

Programming Concepts

  • President University (Cikarang, West Java, Indonesia) had a course Programming Concepts for every junior students (using C, Go and Javascript).

Web

  • CS 4830: Science and Engineering of the WWW taught by Ryanne Dolan at University of Missouri: http://4830.ryannedolan.info/
  • CSCI 130: Web Programming taught by Todd McLeod at California Statue University Fresno
  • CSCI 194: Adv. Web Programming taught by Todd McLeod at California Statue University Fresno
  • CIT 90: Data Drive Websites taught by Todd McLeod at Fresno City College
  • CIT 94: Server Side Scripting taught by Todd McLeod at Fresno City College

Concurrency

Distributed Computing

Networking

Compiler Design

  • Compiler Design (CS712/CS812) at the University of New Hampshire: http://www.cs.unh.edu/~cs712/. In Fall 2016 we are compiling a subset of Go to LLVM code.

  • Introduction to Compilers (6197, Spanish) at Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid: http://lsub.org/comp. Students write a compiler in Go that implements a language for drawing graphics.

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