I just released my 43rd course on the learning platform Pluralsight. It was fun to build this new course Accessing Non-Relational Databases in Go. I have been consulting with Go Lang for quite a while. My client has all sorts of databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, and MongoDB connected with Go Language. This gave me lots of experiential learning in the real world about – Accessing Non-Relational Databases in Go. I feel amazing as I can share my learnings with everybody.
Accessing Non-Relational Databases in Go
Databases are an integral component of the data-driven application. The Go language makes it easy to access any non-relational database with its drivers. In this course, Accessing Non-Relational Databases in Go, you will learn to use the Go language to interact with non-relational databases. First, you will explore how to connect the Go language with a non-relational database via its driver. Next, you will explore the four most crucial database operations – Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete (CRUD). When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed of the Go language to access non-relational databases.
Why Watch this course?
If you are working with the Go Language and have to deal with different databases, I am confident that you will certainly like this course as it will talk about the topics you deal with daily. However, if you are unfamiliar with Go Language or any other scripting language, I believe you MUST watch this course because the course gives you step by step introduction to this new topic. I have never stopped learning, and I believe we all should continue learning.
You will need a Pluralsight subscription to watch this course. You can also watch this course by signing up for a free trial. Here is a link to the course – Accessing Non-Relational Databases in Go.
Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)