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What is a good way for a Java developer to learn Go

 
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Do you have any suggestions for a good way for a Java developer to learn Go?  Parts of the company are using Go with Docker, I'm looking for a good way to learn the language and capabilities coming from a Java background, and to make sure I understand the best practices for Go.
 
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I found the official materials surprisingly useful as a starting point: https://golang.org/doc/
 
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Here are a few free resources that might be useful:

  • Go for Java Developer slides from presentation
  • Tour of Go (interactive tutorial)
  • An Introduction to Programming in Go (free book)
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