Three new books, Go Optimizations 101, Go Details & Tips 101 and Go Generics 101 are published now.

Go Optimizations 101

This book provides some code performance optimization tricks, tips, and suggestions, which include

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Go Optimizations 101

(about 150 pages, 75+ facts and suggestions)

The digital versions of this book are available at the following places:

(Please note that the current prices are available for a limited period only. The price will be raised to $9 in a few days.)

Tapir, the author of Go 101, has spent 5+ years on writing Go 101 series books and maintaining the go101.org website. New contents will be continually added to the book series and the website from time to time. Tapir is also an indie game developer. If you would like to, you can support the book and the website by playing Tapir's games (made for both Android and iPhone/iPad).

Thanks to Olexandr Shalakhin for the permission of using one of the wonderful gopher icon images in the book cover.

Index:

  • Acknowledgments
  • About Go Optimizations 101
  • Value Parts and Value Sizes (available in the paid ebooks)
    • value/type sizes
    • memory alignments
    • struct padding
    • avoid larger copy costs
  • Memory Allocations
  • Stack and Escape Analysis (available in the paid ebooks)
    • escape analysis
    • how to control value allocation places
    • stacks growth and shrinkage
    • how to reduce stack grow times
  • Garbage Collection (available in the paid ebooks)
    • GC pacer
    • how to reduce GC pressure
    • control GC frequency
  • Pointers
  • Structs (available in the paid ebooks)
    • 3 facts/suggestions
  • Arrays and Slices (available in the paid ebooks)
    • 10+ facts/suggestions
  • String and Byte Slices (available in the paid ebooks)
    • 10+ facts/suggestions
  • BCE (Bound Check Eliminate) (available in the paid ebooks)
    • the cases BCE works for
    • the cases BCE doesn't work for
    • the cases BCE works for when given hints
  • Maps
  • Channels (available in the paid ebooks)
    • 3 facts/suggestions
  • Functions (available in the paid ebooks)
    • how to make a function inline-able
    • how to make a function not inline-able
    • pointer parameters/results vs. non-pointer ones
    • named results vs. anonymous ones
    • 10+ facts/suggestions
  • Interfaces (available in the paid ebooks)
    • value boxing costs
    • 3+ facts/suggestions

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