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Published on Sep 8, 2016
Writing functions using Go's assembler can be tricky. Used judiciously however a little sprinkling of assembly can seriously improve the performance of your program on modern hardware. This tutorial will show you how to write Go functions in assembly: covering the basics such as syntax, function arguments and stack management. We will also touch on the effects of adding assembly on portability and testing.