Just a quick heads up - my Go courses are on sale this week!
In the web dev course you learn how to build a web application from the ground up using Go. The course is designed to be accessible regardless of your experience level, so even if you are just getting started this can be a great resource.
In the testing course we learn pretty much every technique you can imaging using to test a Go application. We will look at table driven testing, dependency injection, testing subprocesses, golden files, testing HTTP servers, and more. This course isn't quite as beginner friendly, so you will want to be somewhat familiar with Go code before diving in.
And as always, I have a free course for practicing Go through small, but approachable exercise projects. You can check that one out here: Gophercises.com - Coding Exercises for Budding Gophers
Feel free to email me (or comment below) with any questions, but here are a few common ones answered...
Do you keep the courses up to date?
Yep! I keep both courses up to date, so that means even if you don't plan to use the material for a few months it will be up-to-date and ready for you whenever you need it.
Do the courses expire?
Nope. I keep them up to date, and you keep referencing them as long as you want. Plus you can download all the material if you purchase the complete package of either course so you have a backup copy.
For the web dev course - yes. The first few videos for the web dev course are posted here on dev.to. You can also request a complete sample on the web dev course website.
The testing course doesn't have samples right now. If a sample is going to be the deciding factor, email me - firstname.lastname@example.org - letting me know one or two videos you want to sample and I'll get you links.
What if I don't like it?
I offer a generous refund policy, so if you decide a course isn't for you just reach out and I'll help you get a refund.