TinyGo takes the Go programming language to the “final frontier” where it could not go before…running directly on microcontrollers like Arduino, the BBC’s micro:bit, and more.
Ron Evans introduces you to TinyGo, a new miniature version of the Go language that uses the LLVM compiler toolchain to create native code that can run directly even on the smallest of computing devices. You’ll even see some live-coding demos of flying objects.
Ron Evans is a technologist for hire at The Hybrid Group and is the creator of the open source robotics/IoT framework Gobot and the open source computer vision framework GoCV. He’s also an award-winning open source software developer, businessperson, author, speaker, and iconoclast.
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