Workflow Automation In Go

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Workflow automation can significantly improve developer productivity. This chapter will show how to implement some very simple, lightweight automation to automatically run tests and coverage.

This chapter covers where to get more support on Go, recommends books and videos, and list the contact information for our instructors.

In this 10 minute course, renowned Go expert, Cory LaNou, shows how workflow automation can significantly improve developer productivity. This video will show how to implement some very simple, lightweight automation to automatically run tests and code coverage in Go.


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