Static Typing in Go the EASY way (programming made easy)

Static Typing in Go the EASY way (programming made easy)

In this video tutorial, we'll learn How to Static Typing in Go the EASY way (programming made easy). Static typing and creating your own types sounds DIFFICULT in the beginning, but once you go through it, it's straight forward.

Static typing and creating your own types sounds DIFFICULT in the beginning, but once you go through it, it's straight forward.

In this video, we're going to dive in and look at why static typing is important from a quality code perspective and how to create your own types!

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