The Go programming language
I'm excited to see Go finally do something about macos DNS resolution, but that took like 7 years for Golang to take seriously? (issue). And I don't (by any means) blame the ppl that didn't focus on it, moreso that on a cross platform language macos fell this far behind? Maybe it's my fault for not sticking to Windows and Linux, which seemed to be the primary targets for Golang?
Example programs from "The Go Programming Language"
What part(s) are you struggling with and how are you learning? The Go Programming Language is slightly outdated but is an excellent intro. You can read the first chapter free. Also the resources on https://go.dev/learn/ are great. If I were you, I would come up with an idea you're excited about and build it.
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