caleb’s code https://github.com/golang-book/bootcamp-examples todd’s code https://github.com/GoesToEleven/GolangTraining/ course outline https://goo.gl/EIbk7a Learn The Language - Golang Training https://goo.gl/DB1GvG Learn The Language - Great Golang Books https://www.golang-book.com/books/intro (Caleb Doxsey) http://amzn.to/1PmlB1w (Bill Kennedy) http://amzn.to/21nO1Mc (Donovan & Kernighan) http://amzn.to/1PmlKSB (Balbaert) Learn The Language - Quick Code Samples https://gobyexample.com/ Playlist of all videos in training https://goo.gl/WWCh9D Index of Videos https://goo.gl/SDgaEr ASK QUESTIONS & GET HELP https://forum.golangbridge.org/c/getting-help STAY CONNECTED G+ https://goo.gl/kWyztP https://twitter.com/Todd_McLeod https://www.youtube.com/user/toddmcleod NOTES ON THIS VIDEO: ROUNDING NUMBERS; add .5 then take the floor; MATH PACKAGE; STRING is just a series of characters; strings in golang use UTF-8; ASCII is a 7 bit character series; UTF-8 is those same 7 bits, ASCII, which is 128 letters, and for everything else it has multiple bytes; UTF-8 is a multiple byte character encoding; for everything else characters could be two bytes, or three bytes, or four bytes per character; things written in chinese probably will be four bytes per character; golang uses UTF-8 because Rob Pike & Ken Thompson were partially inventors of UTF-8; use DOUBLE QUOTES or BACKTICKS to create STRINGS; backticks can be multiple lines; strings support escape sequences like \n for newline or \t for a tab; you can see the golang spec “string literals” for a description of those escape sequences; we can get the LENGTH of a string by using LEN; this gives us THE NUMBER OF BYTES not the number of characters; (5:00); CONCATENATE strings with +; var str = “Hello world “ + “test”; this doesn’t work: var str = “Hello world “ + 5; this does work: var str = “Hello world “ + “5”; what about this var x int = 5; var str = “Hello world “ + strconv.Itoa(x); STRCONV ITOA; you can also do this: var str = “Hello world “ + fmt.Sprint(x); FMT SPRINT; (9:00); fmt.Sprint converts anything to a string; if you had x float64 and y int --- you could add them together with x + float64(y); conversion (10:00); or like this int(x) + y; ROUNDING again (11:00); math.Floor(x+0.5); or like this: int(x+.05); SLICING strings; var x string = “Hello world”; fmt.Println(x); BYTE is a synonym for UINT8; PANIC (15:30); panic is goes way of dealing with bad errors; panics usually indicate the programmer screwed up; index out of range would be an example of a panic; BOOLEANS; operators: && || !
Have you ever played Flappy Bird? I'm sure you have! In this episode I decided to implement Flappy Gopher, a Go version of the famous game, using an SDL2 binding for Go. SDL2 binding for Go: https://github.com/veandco/go-sdl2 SDL2 documentation: https://wiki.libsdl.org/CategoryAPI Game art: http://opengameart.org/content/free-game-asset-grumpy-flappy-bird-sprite-sheets
Google Tech Talk June 6, 2015 (click "show more" for more information) Presented by Alex Crichton ABSTRACT Rust is an exciting new programming language that combines fine-grained control over memory layout and allocation patterns with memory and thread safety. It reached 1.0 in May and is rapidly gaining acceptance in projects including Servo (Mozilla's next generation parallel layout engine), a block store being developed by Dropbox, and numerous startups. Its features include zero-cost abstractions, move semantics, guaranteed memory safety, threads without data races, trait-based generics, pattern matching, type inference, minimal runtime, and efficient C bindings. Alex Crichton will present an introduction to the Rust programming language, explain how it can be used to build performant, reliable systems, and answer your questions. Speaker Info: Alex Crichton About the speaker: Alex Crichton is a member of the Rust core team working at Mozilla Research. He focuses on the standard library, Cargo, crates.io, and Rust's tooling and infrastructure experience. He's been at Mozilla for almost two years and graduated from Carnegie Mellon in 2013 with a BS in both Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering.
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