Full memory control
Golang and why it matters
James O'Toole

That’s not really true. In Go, you have full control over memory layout (unlike Java, C#, Python or Ruby where everything is a reference). For example, you can allocate an array of (x,y,z) tuple and everything will be stored in a contiguous memory block. What’s true is that you don’t have control over garbage collection.

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