A deep dive into the fascinating topic of mechanical sympathy with Bill Kennedy. We talk about that plus CPU caches, how object oriented programming is not oriented to be sympathetic to the hardware, and data-oriented design.
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- Bill Kennedy – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Erik St. Martin – Twitter, GitHub
- Carlisia Pinto – Twitter, GitHub
- Brian Ketelsen – Twitter, GitHub
Notes and Links
- Mechanical Sympathy
- Martin Thompson on Mechanical Sympathy (video)
- Scott Meyers: Cpu Caches and Why You Care
- Mythbusting Modern Hardware to Gain ‘Mechanical Sympathy’ • Martin Thompson (video)
- Mike Acton “Data-Oriented Design (video)
- Data-Oriented Design (Or Why You Might Be Shooting Yourself in The Foot With OOP)
- Bill Kennedy GopherCon Hack Day Workshop: Connecting Microservices using NATS
Interesting Go Projects and News
- Manul – The madness vendoring utility for Go programs. Also, Dependencies & vendoring discussion on the golang-dev mailing list
- Pretty crazy tool that outputs statsd type events and measurements to Google Analytics. Cheap measurement
- Git submodules are probably not the answer
- Why your company shouldn’t use Git submodules