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Accessing Non-relational Databases in Go

by Pinal Dave

This course will teach you how to use the Go language to access non-relational databases and perform various CRUD operations.

What you'll learn

Databases are an integral component of the data-driven application. The Go language makes it easy to access any non-relational database with its drivers. In this course, Accessing Non-relational Databases in Go, you will learn to use the Go language to interact with non-relational databases. First, you will explore how to connect the Go language with a non-relational database via its driver. Next, you will explore the four most important database operations - Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete (CRUD). When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed of the Go language to access non-relational databases.

About the author

Pinal Dave is an SQL Server Performance Tuning Expert and independent consultant with over 21 years of hands-on experience. He holds a Master of Science degree and numerous database certifications. Pinal has authored 14 SQL Server database books and 61 Pluralsight courses. To freely share his knowledge and help others build their expertise, Pinal has also written more than 5,700 database tech articles on his blog at

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