Network Programming with Go
by Jan Newmarch
Number of pages: 123
An e-book on building network applications using the Google Go programming language. Contents: Architecture; Overview of the Go language; Socket-level Programming; Data serialization; Application-Level Protocols; Managing character sets and encodings; Security; HTTP; Templates; A Complete Web Server; HTML; XML; Remote Procedure Call; Network Channels; Web Sockets.
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