Leonardo Grasso

Open Source Software Engineer @ Sysdig

Together with Jason Dellaluce, founded and developed from scratch the Plugin SDK Go, a library through which developers can build extension modules for Falco with the Go language. They conducted deep research into CGO and the low-level details of Go, and worked hard on providing cost-effective solutions that allow Go developers to write performance-critical code in a Go-ish fashion without being aware of the related complexities.

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Past Editions

Modernizing Falco with Go: a Story of Love and Betrayal

Everyone loves Go, but integrating it with complex C++ codebases is not easy. This recently was our mission in Falco, the Cloud-Native Runtime Security tool. In this session, we share how we adopted CGO for our performance-critical use case and how we overcame the engineering challenges involved.

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