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re: What I learnt while working my first open source package for Go VIEW POST

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I've used golang in two or three college projects and so far so good. Though, I felt overwhelmed sometimes while looking at the stdlib because I felt like there was too many interfaces and such and many ways to do one thing. What do you recommend looking at to get a good grasp on the stdlib? Thanks!

 

I felt like there was too many interfaces and such and many ways to do one thing. This is a little contradictory statement as go encourages us to have only one possible way to do something.

The interfaces in the standard libraries are essential for compatibility. I recommend you go through the documentation of the respective interface. Go has well-written documentation for the standard library. Let me if I missed something.

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