Golang Development

Golang is ideal for developing the communication layer in IoT systems due to its parallelism and capacity to perform input/output activities concurrently, two of its primary features. Furthermore, this language lends itself nicely to creating logging services and parsers.

Error processing

Golang adopts explicit error checking, leading to more error checks, but they are more transparent and closer to the source of the issue.


Golang provides efficient memory management, integrated concurrency support, and low-level control, resulting in high-performance applications and systems.

Stability and Compatibility

Despite its relative youth, Golang is considered a stable and compatible language. This is because it was initially designed to maintain backward compatibility.


Golang leverages lightweight threads called goroutines, allowing for efficient concurrent execution and effortless utilization of multiple cores, maximizing performance in multi-threaded scenarios.


In addition, Golang benefits from a rich ecosystem of powerful tools designed explicitly for complex mathematics and data analysis. This further enhances its capabilities.

A Wide Range of Devices

Golang is well-suited for Raspberry Pi boards due to its compatibility with a full Linux build. Moreover, the Gobot framework was developed to support various platforms like Bluetooth LE devices and even the NeuroSky interface.


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