Go in Action is for any intermediate-level developer who has experience with other programming languages and wants a jump-start in learning Go or a more thorough understanding of the language and its internals.
15) Do you need a Blockchain? (Article) Karl Wust, Arthur Gervais.
There are plenty of blockchain resources online, but it can be overwhelming and frustrating to understand as a beginner to this booming technology.
Aug 16, 2017 · In Golang this structure can be implemented by using an array and a map: the array would keep ordered hashes (arrays are ordered in Go), and the map would keep hash → block pairs (maps are unordered).
A Go Developer's Notebook is a living book about the Go language and programming in general, written by a long-standing member of the Go community and based on her experience working with Go since its initial public release in November 2009.
Jul 8, 2021 · Chapter by chapter, you will build a full peer-to-peer, autonomous blockchain system in Go and learn all standard blockchain components! 1) You will build a peer-to-peer system from scratch You will get access to a private Github repository where you will start with 0 lines of code and end-up with 13+ branches with complete executable source-code. Hash the block.
But for our blockchain prototype we’ll just use an array, because we don’t need to get blocks by their hash for now. by Salman Baset, Luc Desrosiers, Nitin Gaur, Petr Novotny, Venkatraman Ramakrishna, Anthony O'Dowd.
. Aug 31, 2020 · Throughout the book, you'll explore blockchain solutions beyond cryptocurrencies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) with blockchain, enterprise blockchains, and tokenization, DeFi, scalability.