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Some of Google's API documentation..

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    r/RestOfTheFuckingOwl
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    *most
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    Totally agree. It is pain in the ass when you work with new Endpoints for the first time without some lib.
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    Here, we made this super simple Go language, even without any programming experience you should absolutely be able to pick it up in a single afternoon.

    To teach you about simple functions and array manipulations, we think it's best if you write a bitmap image renderer, a unit tested algorithm to compare binary trees, and a web crawler using a mutexed map as a shared cache.

    I mean, I expect that level of algorithminess in Scala, Haskell or Rust explanations.

    But to introduce a junior to a language, the learning curve feels quite steep.

    Still better for the brain than AngularJS though.
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