The Go scheduler is, simply put, the orchestrator of the language runtime.
It schedules and unschedules goroutines, and also coordinates network polling and memory management.
This talk will explore the inner workings of the scheduler machinery. We will delve into the M:N multiplexing of goroutines on system threads, and the mechanisms to schedule, unschedule, and rebalance goroutines. We will touch upon how the scheduler supports the netpoller, and the memory management systems for goroutine stack resizing and heap garbage collection. Finally, we will evaluate the effectiveness and performance of the scheduler.