The third and final pattern we will see in this chapter is the Pipeline pattern. You will use this pattern heavily in your concurrent structures, and we can consider it one of the most useful too.
We already know what a pipeline is. Every time that we write any function that performs some logic, we are writing a pipeline: If this then that, or else something else. Pipelines pattern can be made more complex by using a few functions that call to each other. They can even get looped in their out execution.
The Pipeline pattern in Go works in a similar fashion, but each step in the Pipeline will be in a different Goroutine and communication, and synchronizing will be done using channels.
When creating a Pipeline, ...