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Interfaces in Go are going to be a foreign concept to many developers. For many, they will be coming from dynamic languages where interfaces aren't necessary, and for the devs coming from languages like Java they will have to drastically adjust their mindset to take advantage of Go's unique approach to interfaces. In this article we start diving into how those interfaces work.
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