Lifetime updates for free!
I recently completed a major update of the course that includes changes in the Go tooling, Go modules, embedding, and pretty much anything that has changed in the Go ecosystem over the past few years. This has been tested and verified to work with
Go 1.21. As new version of Go are released, I will test and update the course as needed. These updates are included at no additional cost to you. That's right - you get all future updates for FREE.
If you are using a newer version of Go, it is extremely likely that the course code will still work, but feel free to shoot me an email if you are unsure. Worst case I can let you know the status of the updates, and you can remind me to update this page 😁
Oftentimes the updates required for the course are minor. A quick video explaining how a library has changed, or a new best practice that has emerged. When this happens, I can provide an update fairly quickly.
Other times the updates are more significant. For example, when Go introduced modules, the Go tooling changed pretty drastically. The code would still compile, but setting things up and using the Go tooling was largely different. In cases like this, it can sometimes take longer to provide updates, as I might need to re-record many videos.
In either case I am committed to providing updates to the course as needed. Just keep in mind that more significant updates may take longer to produce.
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org - and I'll be happy to answer any questions you have.