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noobrants67029dif you are learning go on a whim, i'd recommend reading this as a precautionary measure: https://fasterthanli.me/articles/...
if you are learning golang because you have to or are into it pretty deep already, ignore that article, it won't be encouraging and instead check out some of this: https://golangdocs.com/
there's also these: https://pkg.go.dev/google.golang.or...
hope they help, peace
magicMirror706629dJust read the code. Go has all the source included in the SDK.
Just dive into the part that you want to learn, and look for the test code.
Also - go can be used for small personal projects with no problem. Just be aware of the pitfalls.