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4.1 Conclusion

Thank you for joining me in this course as we learned the basics of the Go programming language and discovered how we can use Go to create simple web applications.

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4.1 Conclusion

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for joining me in this journey into the world of the Go programming language. Hopefully, you have identified several opportunities to inject this into your current workflow, and maybe you even have some ideas of how you can use it on some current projects. Now before I leave you, I'd like to give you a few resources that you can use to continue learning about Go and continuing to deepen your knowledge and how to use it and some of the built-in features. Of course, I will always direct you over to the website because that is where you're gonna find most of the information not only that I've presented within this course, but then also a lot of additional learning opportunities to move forward. You can check out the packages link across the top of the page to see some other commonly used and available packages, so that you don't always have to re-invent the wheel. You can often times find a lot of the information that you need to do or a lot of the functionality that you need to do simply by looking at some of the pre-built packages. Also, always take a look at the documentation that's always gonna be very beneficial. If you ever have any questions or concerns or you don't fully understand something, it always helps to go dig into the documentation and find information from the people who built the language themselves. And then also you can head over to Tuts+ and search for Go and you'll find a number of different tutorials on the Go programming language, on different concepts and how to integrate it into your current workflow. Well, once again, thank you so much for joining me. I can't wait to see you next time.

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