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What It Is

Data Structures with Go

Data-Structures-with-Go guide for GO language is an easy and advanced way to learn Data Structures.

Uses : GO Language -> Official GO Language Web Site

How To Use

Just research the main repository and learn it gradually. Thats all.

About

Data-Structures-with-Go was created to serve three purposes:

Data-Structures-with-Go is a basically Data-Structures learning repository which all structures coded in Go language

  1. To act as a guide to learn basic Data Structures with enhanced and rich content.

  2. To provide a simplest and easiest way to learn.

  3. There is no any Data Structures guide coded in Go language on the internet.

Collaborators

Project Manager - Furkan Türkal (GitHub: dentrax)

Branches

We publish source for the [Data-Structures-with-Go] in single rolling branch:

The master branch is extensively tested by our QA team and makes a great starting point for learning the GO language. Also tracks live changes by our team.

Copyright & Licensing

The base project code is copyrighted by Furkan 'Dentrax' Türkal and is covered by single licence.

All program code (i.e. Go) is licensed under MIT License unless otherwise specified. Please see the LICENSE.md file for more information.

References

While this repository is being prepared, it may have been quoted from some sources. If there is an unspecified source, please contact me.

Contributing

Please check the CONTRIBUTING.md file for contribution instructions and naming guidelines.

Contact

Data-Structures-with-Go was created by Furkan 'Dentrax' Türkal

You can contact by URL: CONTACT

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