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Build a Microservice with Go

Go has risen as a powerful language selection for programs that rely on concurrency and speed, making it a great option for the development of GRPC- or REST-based web services. Because of its popularity, patterns have arisen that make building web services using Go much easier. These patterns include the two most common abstractions: HTTP request response handling and data access. In this course, software architect and developer Frank Moley guides you through the process of building microservices with Go. Get started in Go by preparing and setting up your environment, project, and clients. Go through the full process of building a service, including multiple challenges and solutions to check your understanding. Plus, learn how to use GORM to read and write data to a database and how to use the Echo middleware framework.

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