ronald g. minnich
Ron Minnich has been working in Unix kernels since 1976. Along the way, he started the LinuxBIOS, a.k.a. coreboot; oreboot; u-root (u-root.org); LinuxBoot; and other projects. He is currently employed as a Senior Principle Engineer in the Systems Research Lab at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technolgy.
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Tamago and TinyGo are Go compilers for bare metal; both firmware and small kernels have been written using them. In this talk, I will describe what I have learned by working with these two compilers; discuss the benefits of having the Go runtime available in firmware; provide a demo of each in action; and close by describing how they have turned my preconceptions about firmware languages on their head.