Practical Go Concurrency

About this Event

This bootcamp is for backend developers looking for a step by step introduction to concurrency in the Go programming language.

Course Outline:

Learn about Go’s concurrency primitives and learn to use them effectively. The course starts with the preferred goroutines and channels by writing the worst sorting algorithm ever. Then move to timeouts and cancellation using the “select” statements and context.Context. Finally we’ll look at the lower level primitives in the “sync” and “sync/atomic” packages. Throughout the class I’ll make many mistakes that will teach you what not to do.

Agenda:

  • Goroutines & channels
  • The “select” statement
  • Timeouts & cancellations with “context.Context”
  • The “sync” and “sync/atomic” packages
  • Common pitfalls

Important: Upon completion of each session, there will be a video recording available for download for a period of 48 hours.

About Miki Tebeka

Miki is a software developer with more than 20 years of experience. He has taught many workshops on various technical subjects all over the world at companies such as AT&T, Oracle, Dropbox, J.P. Morgan, and others. Miki is involved in open source, both in the Go and Python worlds. He has several open source projects of his own and contributed to many others including Go & Python. He’s also helping organize GopherCon Israel, Go Israel meetup, the upcoming PyData Israel, and was a member of the PyCon Israel team. Miki wrote “Forging Python”, “Go Brain Teasers” and “Python Brain Teasers”, he’s a LinkedIn Learning author, speaks at conferences, and infrequent blogger. Miki helps customers in R&D projects, building data pipelines, optimizing performance, and other challenging technical issues. He loves writing code and solving problems.