Go Surgery: a Goroutine and Its Innards by Emmanuel Odeke
Goroutines are Go's light weight, independent threads of control that are used to run functions concurrently. In this talk, we shall dive into the innards of a goroutine, bits of the runtime and how they fit into the big picture of concurrent Go programs.
Emmanuel Odeke works on Go, observability, developer tools and the cloud at Orijtech, Inc. He is an avid open source user and contributor.
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Music courtesy of Brett Buddin https://buddin.us (from modular audio synthesizers he's built in Go!) Thanks Brett!
Gopher characters are based on the Go mascot designed by Renée French (http://reneefrench.blogspot.com/) and copyrighted under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/). Thanks Renée!
The "I left my heart in San Francisco" gophers were created by Egon Elbre (http://egonelbre.com/). Thanks Egon!