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The Go Programming Language Phrasebook (Developer's Library) [Kindle Edition]

David Chisnall
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The Go Programming Language Phrasebook

Essential Go code and idioms for all facets of the development process 


This guide gives you the code “phrases” you need to quickly and effectively complete a wide variety of projects with Go, today’s most exciting new programming language.


Tested, easy-to-adapt code examples illuminate every step of Go development, helping you write highly scalable, concurrent software. You’ll master Go-specific idioms for working with strings, collections, arrays, error handling, goroutines, slices, maps, channels, numbers, dates, times, files, networking, web apps, the runtime, and more.


Concise and Accessible

Easy to carry and easy to use: Ditch all those bulky books for one portable pocket guide


Flexible and Functional

Packed with more than 100 customizable code snippets: Quickly create solid Go code to solve just about any problem


Register your book at for convenient access to downloads, updates, and corrections as they become available.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

David Chisnall is author of Objective-C Phrasebook, Second Edition. He is an active contributor to the GNUstep project and cofounded the Etoile project to build a desktop environment atop GNUstep. Chisnall has written several articles for including a three-part series on Go for Objective-C Programmers.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 7814 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Bis zu 5 Geräte gleichzeitig, je nach vom Verlag festgelegter Grenze
  • Verlag: Addison-Wesley Professional; Auflage: 1 (1. Mai 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B008066S9I
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hervorragendes Kochbuch ... 20. Januar 2013
Von Zweilindt
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für den angehenden Gopher. Es enthält kurze Beschreibung von Go Idiomen, wie man zum Beispiel mit verschiedenen Entwurfsmustern in Go umgeht (resource aquisition, two stage creation pattern, RAII, etc.) und bietet so in seiner Handlichkeit (es entspricht in seiner Größe einem Buch aus der O'reilly "Kurz & Gut" Serie) einen nützlichen Begleiter der in die Jackentasche passt - oder sich zu den anderen Kurzreferenzen auf dem Schreibtisch gesellt.

Es werden etwas mehr als 100 Rezepte aus den Bereichen Zahlenverarbeitung, Arrays, Slices, Stringmanipulation, Collections, Fehlerbehandlung, Goroutinen, Concurrency Design Patterns, Datum und Uhrzeit, Dateibearbeitung, Netzwerkzugriffe, Web-Applikationen - und zusätzlich wie man Go Programme "unters Volk bringt", beziehungsweise wie man mit Go und einem Debugger umgeht.

Zu beachten: es ist kein Lehrbuch, das entsprechende Lehrbuch aus derselben Reihe ist "Programming in Go" von Mark Summerfield.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good book, bad edition 5. Juli 2012
Von Igor Karpov - Veröffentlicht auf
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The book is good. Sometimes it reminds me the classical K&R C Language bible. Unfortunately, the code snippets are missing when reading on my Kindle DX. And Amazon support was of no help in this case. I decided not to return the book anyway. It still can be read with Kindle for Macintosh.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent mini-immersion for experienced devs; beginners would find it rocky 26. August 2013
Von pounding on the keyboard - Veröffentlicht auf
Me: pretty deep background in both statically and dynaically typed languages prior to reading anything about go.

This is a great resource for somebody coming from java or one of the 4c languages (C++, # etc) who needs to get coding in a hurry. It presents both go's weak and strong points fairly, and goes fairly deeply into language design and compiler optimizations for a little book. Actually, it's not that little (258 pp excl. index). Also it was written for 1.0 so doesn't cover method values, terminating statements and some other 1.1 refinements, and tools for listing which interfaces a type implements were just released, so shortcomings listed in the book are getting ticked off the list.

Some of hte other reviews are correct that the Phrase book does comparisons to obscure languages (erlang, smalltalk) which aren't that edifying. The only other complaints: code printouts in white font on black background are tiring to look at and the index is very skimpy e.g. no listing for "method" or "operator". If there's one thing an index should have, it's "operator precedence", oh well.. Aside from that, I'm a happy customer. I recommend downloading the code from the book's website and set up emacs or your fav IDE /editor for a new language to see code with syntax highlighting, makes learning a lot easier.

For anybody that's committing to go coding, I also recommend the Sommerfield book, which has good explanation of language features and usage but not enough code samples IMHO, and the rest of what you'll need is free to read online.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen So so 10. Juli 2012
Von Alan M - Veröffentlicht auf
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The author writes as if the reader already has experience writing in Go, and they now want to learn how to instead write idiomatically. Each section has its own code sample that the author refers to in explaining concepts. This works well if the examples are good, but otherwise it can make the section not very informative. The author often makes references and comparisons to other programming languages when explaining concepts. Without knowing all of the languages being discussed, it is quite likely the reader will not understand what is being discussed and miss the point that is trying to be made.

There is a major formatting problem with this book (as of July 9, 2012) where most of the code samples are unreadable and appear invisible on a Kindle Keyboard or in the Cloud Reader.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent but... 15. Januar 2014
Von Stinkfoot - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book is a well written and well organized introduction to most of the important features of GoLang, but it is not for newbies - previous programming experience in an OOP language such as C++, Java or C# required. As a 20 year veteran with C++ etc, I had no problem with the content, but someone who never programmed before will be utterly lost - if you're looking for a "Learn Programming with GoLang" book, seek elsewhere.

Things to like:

This is not just a "how to" book (although it is that as well). The author, a compiler engineer, approaches things from the computer science and "philosophy of programming languages" point of view. He explains how GoLang fits into the "big picture" in the world of systems programming languages by constantly comparing and contrasting; the technical innovations built into Go that are not apparent on the surface, and why they were deemed necessary and were implemented in this rather amazing language, which IMO is destined for big things to come. This POV permeates the entire book, which makes it valuable for advanced programmers and software engineers.

Another thing I greatly appreciated was the author's approach to the subject matter: Each section begins with an illustrative code sample, then he proceeds to explain that code. So I read the code as I encountered it, tried to understand as much of it as I could, then I read the author's explanations and re-read the code, with the benefit of the new insights gained - true learning. As a programmer who "thinks in code" I found this approach far more effective for learning than reading someone talk abstractly about programming and then throw in a code example or sample program for good measure. Also because of this approach, the code examples are concise, relevant and appropriately placed in the text. They are also well formatted and seem to compile and run without error. But unlike many programming books, you won't find here 10 pages of boiler plate code for a program that teaches you how to make cats meow and dogs bark...

The book is fairly well organized, and like GoLang, is minimalist: It sticks to the topic and tells you the important points. However, it is at times concise/dense - to repeat: Experience required.


Things not to like:

Like GoLang itself, the author is dense and concise: Deep and novel concepts, for example type embedding, are covered in only a few short paragraphs. Unless you're very comfortable thinking in depth about comparative language theories and approaches, you may have to read many parts of the book more than once or twice to "get it" - I did. AFAIK, the book is fairly comprehensive although not entirely up-to-date, but if you skip a sentence you're likely to miss something important that won't be repeated.

I have learned a great deal from this book and acquired deep respect for the conceptual foundations upon which GoLang is built, but for something more practical and expository, I highly recommend The Way To Go: A Thorough Introduction To The Go Programming Language if you really want to get your hands around this language.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very helpful for programmers looking to get into Go 8. Februar 2013
Von Kevin Purdy - Veröffentlicht auf
(I am passing on the words of an experienced programmer who is fluent in Go, who provided some thoughts on the book after reading).

> The book was... good. It wasn't the best programming book I've ever read, but it was far better than any textbook. It assumed some prior programming knowledge, and is gear a little more towards programmers coming from C than towards programmers coming from Python or Ruby, but it shouldn't be too difficult for someone used to higher level languages to pick it up and keep up. It seems to be inspired by K&R's C book, which is a compliment. Rather than serving as a complete reference for every nook and cranny of the language, it instead focused on trying to highlight the Go way of doing things--the mindset that would let the reader make the most of Go. It combines best practices, conventions, and key concepts, while ignoring things like a complete reference for the standard library, which I appreciated. It condensed what I gleaned from a few months of hanging out on the mailing list into under 300 pages, which is pretty cool.

> Overall, if I wanted to suggest a book to a competent, experienced programmer who was looking to learn Go, this would do quite nicely. If I wanted to suggest a book to someone who wanted to learn to program, I would probably suggest another book.
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