Chevron Left
Back to Command Line Interface (CLI) With Golang From Infosys

Learner Reviews & Feedback for Command Line Interface (CLI) With Golang From Infosys by Coursera Project Network

4.4
stars
47 ratings

About the Course

Do you know how Command Line Interfaces can connect to cloud services at your company? Do you want to be the creator of this connection and even, this tool? Then this Guided Project is for you! “Command Line Interface using Golang“ is an hour long Guided Project, where by the end, you will have built a Command Line Interface for a Cloud Provider using Go lang. Go programs are frequently used in the IT industry for building software tools for software vendors. This project is perfect for advanced programmers who are looking to enhance their Go Lang skills. More specifically, you will use Go Lang to build your very own Command Line Interface for a private cloud, hosted by a large company. Brought to you by Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, this project is created by their very own technical educator, who has designed various training programs around programming languages, including Go. Ready, set, GO!...

Top reviews

Filter by:

1 - 11 of 11 Reviews for Command Line Interface (CLI) With Golang From Infosys

By Dharmit S

Jun 19, 2022

Entire course is Try first approach which makes you do some research on your own rather than spoon feeding the entire code. It could have more content in it though.

By harsh k

Jan 7, 2022

very nice project for beginners I enjoyed and learned a lot through this guided project thanks infosys, thanks meghna kartha ma'am, thanks coursera.

By Issa K

Mar 23, 2022

Awesome Class! Great Desi Teacher!

By 07 A M

Nov 24, 2021

Great Introduction To GoLang

By ANTONIO D J P M

Apr 30, 2022

Great hands-on project!

By Chandan K S

Dec 7, 2021

Great One!

By Rohit J

Jan 5, 2022

enjoyed

By Nandini M

Dec 1, 2021

good

By Dhanushya N

Sep 17, 2022

do

By Magha l

Sep 17, 2022

u

By Abhijeet k

Jan 29, 2023

This course was easy and helpful in understanding the true scope of golang.