The secret life of a goroutine
Goroutines are an exciting part of the Go language, but what are they? How are they created? How are they paused? How are they resumed? There are a lot of questions that the regular go programmer doesn't need to know and usually doesn't know, but if you, like me, are a curious person, you probably want to know more about what is going on under the hood.
Come with me on this interesting trip through one of the most outstanding features of the Go language, the goroutines, and discover what makes your Go programs tick!
I'm an Open Source and software development enthusiast. I love writing code and contributing to Open Source projects. I have the privilege of being one of the starters or contributors in some interesting Open Source projects like Taiga, Penpot, Mattermost, or Focalboard.