So GopherCon UK again.
Stuff I saw besides going around, chatting to some people I met before, and just random people I met on the day:
tbh, I don't remember much of this.
Service Weaver looks like interesting tech, blurring the boundary between local and remote function calls even more than gRPC. Not sure how mature it is, but it did show some interesting evolution in generics and framework/library setup that mirrored my own experiments in go.seankhliao.com/svcrunner
Probably the best talk of the entire conference. Clear in both process and delivery, laid out the reasoning and also went into the technical details that explains some of the reasoning behind the design.
I understood the first slide, and that was about it. The rest seemed to use goroutines that don't exit to represent branches in execution?
I don't remember much of this either, nothing too out of the ordinary I think?
It felt like they were trying to sell something, I'm not sure what.