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RE: Going to Go

in Programming & Dev2 years ago

The one thing go has going for it, is the native concurrency primitives, very inspired by erlang, one thing that sort of drags go down is the fact that there is a lot of mutability.
In relation to python, go has this one upside that it is compiled and therefore runs faster at execution.


The right language for the job can depend on many things. Ease of writing can be a factor. I think experience of different languages helps you decide which is right.


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