What knowledge should have a go programmer, to be able to find a job?

In General, the question about the technology stack that is necessary, it is not necessary that there is a great need in the market, what technologies?
July 12th 19 at 17:28
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July 12th 19 at 17:30
Reviewing a bunch of video from the conference, I noticed one thing...
Whoever was the Rapporteur (from Yandex, mile, Badu, etc) all about the same story:
- We had to write a (micro)services, we chose to GO. Over the weekend we mastered it and began to drink all we need, and this is a month / half a year / year works in fine foods.

Ie in fact we need not GO knowledge, and General knowledge of programming.
GO too young, and yet there is no "stack" that you need to know. All the sawing as I can and I can.
July 12th 19 at 17:32
You're too serious about the language. The programming language is not human language. It is studied quickly. For the programmer knowledge of another programming language is nonsense. This is the same basic base as the possession of blind touch type method of typing or the ability to do git add, git commit, git push, git pull.

For Go:
Google AppEngine is well described, there are examples (endpoint, queue)
git (basic stuff)
at least in General terms, to know what is vendoring, and better able to glide/godeps/gb
Gorilla Toolkit (mux, websocket, schema)
RESTful/RPC
gometalinter, golint
The ability to use a specialized editor or IDE that are configured under the Go. And the ability to customize yourself.
familiarity with Martini, Revel, etc.
familiarity with gizmo, go-micro

But in here, see the list under "Related projects"
https://github.com/go-kit/kit

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