My second programming tutorial on Golang, this time on the basics of its concurrency primitives.
I applied some of the feedback from the first video and applied it to this one.
I contemplated talking about a few concurrency patterns commonly used in this video but decided it would be better to do that in a separate video. That way I can give each the time it deserves.
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