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Memory allocation & Go

2019-02-21 15:53:17.788209+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

I haven't done anything in Go yet, but this is an interesting read (and more cognitive load for programmers...): Allocation efficiency in high-performance Go services

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#Comment Re: Memory allocation & Go made: 2019-02-21 16:22:01.652643+00 by: markd

Neat! Glad to see some hard lessons I learned (heap memory is expensive, mmmmkay) in the 90s are still relevant today.

I've only used Go for a three-day hackathon, but I have to admit it was the fastest I've ever gone from "hello world tutorial" to "actually doing real stuff".

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