The examples provided in this book are in public domain. You can do whatever you want with them and I claim no responsibility over their use. Just leave me alone.
The whole work is produced in HTML5, and I don’t care if your browser is old. It’s easier for you to upgrade your browser than for me to rewrite the template used to generate this. I don’t care :)
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. The source code is available on github at https://github.com/initpy/go-book/.
Your pull requests for new content, typos, better ideas... are more than welcome! If you want to translate this work, please let me know, I’d love to share your translation here too.
A little request, and I know most of you won’t do it anyway. But I’d hate it if this work was copied and pasted to spam search engines and make money out of it. Really.
I, Big Yuuta, am the author and the maintainer of this project, and despite my weak English, I’m doing my best to keep it fun and -I hope- useful for people wanting to learn Go.
But I wouldn’t be able to do this alone. In fact, I’d like to thank these people from the bottom of my heart.
- Wayne E. Seguin: This man is a real machine, he reviewed everything, asked questions, suggested, and corrected many sentences, gave me some great advice... And added more fun and humor to the whole thing. Wayne, you rock!
- Adam (hammerandtongs): Thank you so much for those many spelling and grammar fixes!
- Calvin (csmcanarney): Thanks for being the first to give a hand and for your fixes.
- The whole golang-nuts community for their support and cheers, and the huge amount of inspiration and ideas they share everyday in that group.