Custom Capacity Buffers In Go – eLitmus Blog


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At elitmus we use ruby to create most of our tools and most of our applications are also written in ruby. Recently I started exploring ways to build our tools especially the backend tools in languages other than ruby which have much lesser memory footprint and better efficiency. One such cases was to create a sandboxed environment for running untrusted code on our servers. After evaluating multiple languages, I decided to use golang because of it’s excellent library support coupled with the fact the docker(a sandboxed env) was also written in go.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.elitmus.com/blog/technology/custom-capacity-buffers-in-go/