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Intro to Go - Part 2 - HTTP Servers Persisting Data in MongoDB

15 min • Published Apr 23, 2024
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✅ Find the written series here → https://mdb.link/D57rr3oly1c-tutorial ✅ Sign-up for a free cluster → https://mdb.link/D57rr3oly1c-free ✅ Get help on our Community Forums → https://mdb.link/D57rr3oly1c-forums - In this episode, we use the HTTP server that we wrote in Go in the previous episode and persist the data that was deserialized, in a MongoDB Atlas Cluster using the MongoDB driver for Go. - 📚 RESOURCES 📚 Repository of code - https://github.com/mongodb-developer/go-intro Subscribe to MongoDB YouTube→ https://mdb.link/subscribe
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