Learn Concurrent Programming with Go (Manning)
Monday, 22 January 2024

This book sets out to disprove the idea that concurrency is extremely challenging. James Cutajar uses the easy-to-grasp concurrency tools of the Go language to demonstrate principles and techniques, steadily teaching you the best practices of effective concurrency. The book looks at universal principles of concurrency, along with how to use them for a performance boost in your Go applications. Techniques learned in this book can be applied to other languages.

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Author: James Cutajar
Publisher: Manning
Date: January 2024
Pages: 328
ISBN: 978-1633438385
Print: 1633438384
Kindle: ‎ B0CP6NBVSV
Audience: Go developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages


  • Implement effective concurrency for more responsive, higher performing, scalable software
  • Avoid common concurrency problems such as deadlocks and race conditions
  • Manage concurrency using goroutines, mutexes, readers-writer locks, and more
  • Identify concurrency patterns such as pipelining, worker pools, and message passing
  • Discover advantages, limits, and properties of parallel computing
  • Improve your Go coding skills with advanced multithreading topics

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