GPU621/Go Parallel

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Go (Language) Parallel Programming


Our team wants to demonstrate the usefulness of the Go programming language while applying Parallel programming principles. Demonstrations of the difference in time, syntax, and ease of use will be included within the document. The topic of whether using a newly created language like Go compared to an older language like C++ will make a difference in terms of future popularity will also be a key point in our report. Success for this project means displaying the differences between the two languages and educating other students about the possibility to use different languages to do parallel programming

Group Members

1. Michael Brackett

2. Devansh Shah

What is GO?

As explained in the GO official documentation "Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software."





Code Differences

Time Differences

Ease of Use




Pros and Cons

Why should you Go Parallel?


Update 1: Sunday, Nov 8, 2020 - Created description for project.