If you're new to a part of Go, take a look at the tutorials linked below.
If you haven't installed Go yet, see Download and install.
|Getting started||Say Hello, World with Go.|
|Create a module||A multi-part tutorial that introduces common programming language features from the Go perspective.|
|Getting started with multi-module workspaces||Introduces the basics of creating and using multi-module workspaces in Go. Multi-module workspaces are useful for making changes across multiple modules.|
|Accessing a relational database||Introduces the basics of accessing a database using the standard library.|
|Developing a RESTful API with Go and Gin||Introduces the basics of writing a RESTful web service API with Go and the Gin Web Framework.|
|Getting started with generics||Introduces the basics of generics in Go. With generics, you can declare and use functions or types that are written to work with any of a set of types provided by calling code.|
|Getting started with fuzzing||Introduces the basics of fuzzing in Go. Fuzzing can generate inputs to your tests that can catch edge cases and security issues that you may have missed.|
|Getting started with govulncheck||Introduces how to find and fix vulnerabilities with govulncheck. Govulncheck reports known vulnerabilities that affect Go code.|
|Find and fix vulnerable dependencies with VS Code Go||Introduces how to find and fix vulnerable dependencies directly from your IDE with VS Code Go and Vim.|
|A Tour of Go||An interactive introduction to Go: basic syntax and data structures; methods and interfaces; and Go's concurrency primitives.|