Today we talk about Golang! On stage we have Camden Cheek, the creator of conc a library for structured concurrency in Go.
Camden will walk us through what are the common pitfalls of Go’s concurrency model and how conc can help you to write better and safer goroutines. We will touch on how this library started within Sourcegraph and how it gained so much popularity so quickly.
Enjoy the show 👨🍳
- 00.00 Intro
- 00.45 Episode Start
- 01.15 Camden’s Introduction
- 01.50 What is Conc?
- 03.00 The most common mistake for Go developers
- 04.44 Wrapping the go std
- 07.32 Camden’s favorite API
- 09.19 Why is this library not part of Go already?
- 11.55 How is golang evolving?
- 12.58 The golang team
- 13.48 What inspired conc?
- 16.20 Concurrency in other programming languages
- 18.36 Conc & the fail fast philosophy
- 24.15 The history of Conc
- 25.47 Who’s using conc?
- 26.47 Who’s maintaining conc?
- 27.45 How Camden got started with OSS?
- 30.32 #1 suggestion for new contributors
- 31.08 What’s next for conc?
- 32.39 Having a public roadmap?
- 34.53 Onboarding extrenal maintainers
- 36.37 Further reading
- 38.01 Where people can find you online?
- sourcegraph/conc on Github
- conc on pkg.go.dev
- Mentioned Resources:
- @camden_cheek on Twitter
- @camdencheek on Github