A short but deep dive into the core mechanisms of Go and how it makes use of it to bring clarity and performances to developers.

The Go language uses advanced programming techniques from the low-level world to lift that weight from the developer’s shoulders. Some people from the Go team also are authors of the Plan 9 operating systems, which might partly explain why Go goes really low-level under the hood and why a lot of its magic comes from quite a bunch of assembly code. Jean-Bernard sheds some light onto this part of the language quite unknown from the developers.

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Jean-Bernard Jansen
Jean-Bernard Jansen
Creator of Boson

About the conference

dotGo 2016
The European Go conference
Next edition: dotGo 2017 in Paris, France. Tickets available now!

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