Tiny Go: Small Is Going Big

The Go programming language has already won the war for cloud computing and containerization. But what about the small places, like embedded systems and WebAssembly?

TinyGo is a compiler for Go, written in Go itself, that uses LLVM to achieve very small, fast, and concurrent binaries that can also target devices where Go could never go before.

This talk will include live coding of devices, RISC-V, WebAssembly, and a drone, to show some of what you can do today using TinyGo.


Ron Evans

Technologist For Hire @hybrid_group

Technologist for hire, open source software developer, businessperson, author, speaker, iconoclast.@TinyGolang @gobotio @gocvio @hybrid_group (he/him)

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