Course Description

What Is Golang Corporate Training All About?

Go-Lang is an open-source programming language developed by Google to simplify the process of software development that involves complex architectures.

Go has an edge over the conventional programming languages, for it’s easy to execute thereby facilitating creating exponentially faster apps. No wonder, the language has stolen the limelight given the pressure that businesses face to deliver faster and more responsive experience.

With our Go-Lang course corporate training, an aspirant will understand what the language is all about, what ways it is different from the traditional languages, the various data types, functions, interfaces used, syntaxes, and a lot more. Master Go and get ahead in your career!

Our Faculty

Get trained by experts who carry abounding knowledge and expertise in the domain. Gain hands-on experience practicing the labs/assignments that are intertwined with each curriculum module that’s dealt with. Blended learning that emphasizes on more practical application of structs, interfaces, statements, operators, loops, data types, functions, and several services with Go backed by faculty guidance makes our Go-Lang corporate training the best-in-class in the market.

Why Should You Choose ExcelR for the Golang Certification Course?

Some of the companies that have shifted to using Golang include Google, Apple, Facebook, Docker, The New York Times and BBC. Go is one of the in-demand programming languages across the globe, according to LinkedIn. Go performs better than Python. It also surpasses Java with its robustness. It’s used in cloud and server-side applications, DevOps, and more, creating promising career paths.

Want to add it to your repertoire? An industry-recognized training from ExcelR is all you need to become a certified Golang programmer!


We have received critical acclaim for the post-training support that we offer. Through this program, a professional is hugely benefitted as he applies Go to code real-time scenarios with the support of the mentor. Most of the learners have said this feature in our programs has helped them accomplish their skilling goals at a much faster pace. Besides, you may reach out to our support team via emails, chats, and phone, for any general information on the schedules, batches, timings, trainer’s availability, and so on.

Customized Golang Training for Corporate Requirements

Basics to best practices of Golang is covered as part of the training that can be customized to accommodate any specific corporate requirements. We consider the team size, their work timings, and skills and experience the employees possess, and design course modules and batch schedule accordingly. Our partnership with 400+ corporate clients indeed showcase our top-quality training delivery.

Who Can Take This Golang Course?

Anyone who has basic knowledge of programming, preferably a rudimentary understanding of coding with languages like C++ and Java.


Course Curriculum

  • Go Introduction
  • Go Versions
  • Why Go?
  • Installing Go
  • Go Editors and IDEs
  • Visual Studio and Go
  • Hello World in Go
  • Adding Initialization Behaviour
  • Accessing Command Line Arguments
  • Go Programs Consist of Noteworthy Omissions From Go
  • Go Tokens
  • Variables
  • Assignments
  • Short Variable Declarations
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Constants
  • Pointers
  • Strings
  • fmt.Printf() Formatting
  • Relational, Logical and Bitwise Operators
  • Operator Precedence
  • Relational Operators
  • If Statement
  • Using Else and Else If
  • Nesting If Statements
  • Logical Operators
  • Switch Statement
    • Expression Switch
    • Type Switch
  • For Loops
    • Nested For Loops
    • While Style For Loops
  • Break, Continue and Goto
  • Go Data Types
  • Numbers
  • Arrays
  • Slices
  • Ranges
  • Maps
  • Containers
  • List and Ring
  • Defining Functions
  • Zero, Single and Multiple Parameter Functions
  • Returning Values
  • Variadic Parameter Lists
  • Call By Reference
  • Anonymous Functions
  • Deferring a Function Call
  • Panic and Recover
  • Higher Order Functions
  • Closure
  • Recursion
  • Lambda Functions
  • Struct Introduction
  • Defining a Struct
  • Variables of Type Struct Person
  • Initializing Structs
  • Comparing Structs
  • Structs Are Value Types
  • Passing Structs to Functions
  • Defining Constructor Functions
  • JSON and Structs
  • Anonymous Structs
  • Adding Behaviour
  • Interface Introduction
  • Defining an Interface
  • Creating User Defined Interface
  • Implementing an Interface
  • Using an Interface Type
  • Working With interfaces
  • Built-In Interfaces
  • Stringer and Interface
  • The Empty Interface: interface {}
  • Anonymous Structs
  • Adding Behaviour
  • Embedded Type Introduction
  • Embedded Structs
  • Multiple Embedded Structs
  • Embedded Interfaces
  • Multi-Embedded Interfaces
  • Embedded Interfaces in Interfaces
  • Embedded Multi-Interfaces in Interfaces
  • Multi-Embedded Structs and Interfaces
  • The Empty Interface: interface {}
  • Anonymous Structs
  • Adding Behaviour
  • Error Handling Introduction
  • Basics of Error Handling
  • Returning an Error
  • Custom Error Types
  • Handling Errors Idiom
  • Packages and Modules
  • Packages
  • Go Packages
  • Installing Packages
  • Importing a Package
  • Defining Packages
  • importing Custom Packages
  • Installing Packages
  • Package Initialization
  • Modules
  • Why Asynchronous Programming
  • Goroutine Introduction
  • Executing Goroutines
  • Simple Goroutine Example
  • Wait for Goroutine to finish
  • WaitGroup
  • Problems With Concurrency
  • Communicating Via Channels
  • Channel Hello World
  • Sending Complex messages
  • Channel Buffering
  • Channel Directions
  • Closing Channels
  • Channel Select
  • Range Over Channels
  • Timers
  • Tickers
  • Channel Synchronization
  • Timeouts
  • Non-Blocking Channel Operations
  • Worker Pools
  • Rate Limiting
  • Introduction to Go Testing
  • Package Testing
  • Test Functions
  • Parametric Tests or Table Driven Testing
  • Benchmark Tests
  • Skipping Tests
  • Test Setup / Shutdown Behaviour
  • Verifying Examples
  • Subtests
  • File Information
  • Checking If a File Exists
  • Obtaining a File Reference
  • File Permissions
  • Reading Files
  • Writing Data to Files
  • Renaming and Deleting files
  • Random Access Files
  • Paths
  • Directories
  • Temporary Files & Directories
  • Network Programming With Go
  • Basic net/http Package
  • Interfaces
  • API & API Architecture
  • Discussion on Various Architectures:
    • RPC
    • CORBA
    • SOAP
    • REST
    • gRPC
  • REST Design Pattern
  • RESTful API
  • Gorilla/mux
  • PathPrefix Subrouter
  • Handling Path Parameters
  • Handling Query Parameters
  • Return Objects as JSON
  • Posting Data
  • Organising Your Code
  • Introduction to gRPC
  • About HTTP/2
  • Getting Started With gRPC
  • Protocol Buffer (protobuf)
  • Calling Java From Go Using gRPC

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