Google Go Programming Language Release

November 13, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More

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Programmers have recently taken Google’s Go into spotlight as this new experimental language takes the center stage as a dynamic language similar to Python with the performance and safety comparable with C or C++. This open source programming language can compile large binaries in just a matter of seconds and runs instantaneously close to C language.

Go is a promising language for systems programming with multi-processing support, friendly object-oriented design plus value-added features. To know more about Go, visit Golang.org.

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  1. I just might check this out some other time. Prior to building and maintaining my boss’ websites, I worked with Visual Basic (and VB.Net) to create some tools to simplify some office work. I also know enough AutoIt to wreck havoc with my computer. I once crashed my computer after tampering with the Registry. The computer wouldn’t run any file with an ‘exe’ extension. I was able to luckily restore the registry by using an autoit script (which has an ‘au3’ extension).

    I just hope this Go language is not as complex as C/C++.
    .-= James Moralde´s last blog ..Now 2012 =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    There are actually mixed views with Go. I’m not a programmer but if Google aspires for speed, then it all depends on how it’ll play with a programmer’s expectations.

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