Hands-On High Performance with Go (Packt)
Wednesday, 08 April 2020

This Golang book aims to teach how to construct idiomatic Go code that is reusable and highly performant. Author Bob Strecansky starts with an introduction to performance concepts, then shows how to implement Go data structures and algorithms along with exploring data manipulation and organization to write programs for scalable software.

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Author: Bob Strecansky
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: March 2020
Pages: 406
ISBN: 978-1789805789
Print: 1789805783
Kindle: B08576P94D
Audience: Golang developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

 

  • Explore Go’s profiling tools to write faster programs by identifying and fixing bottlenecks
  • Address Go-specific performance issues such as memory allocation and garbage collection
  • Delve into the subtleties of concurrency and discover how to successfully implement it in everyday applications

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