Well, what do you want to know? I’m not aware of good online resources for 
people new to programming, but maybe we can help.


On Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 7:40:47 AM UTC-6, Espinho wrote:
> Can someone point me out some good resources for learning Go as first 
> programming language? All the resources I saw until now assume some 
> "programming background". I already did some online javascript tutorials, 
> so I know the very basics (variables, arrays, etc). I would much rather 
> prefer something "learning while building something" as opposed as learning 
> only syntax etc.
> I've been doing Learn How To Code: Google's Go (golang) Programming 
> Language <https://www.udemy.com/learn-how-to-code/> on Udemy, but the 
> instructor says to clone the repo (which already has all the code) and then 
> we just follow the lectures staring at the code on screen. I'm finding 
> myself searching in the video for the screen where all the code is 
> displayed so I can type it myself. Maybe I'm being to harsh on him, but 
> that's how I feel.
> Thanks in advance and excuse may English.

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