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Has anyone here used Go?

I just started hearing about this in the last 2 months probably, and I've taken a look at the go-lang free manual on Pineapple.. it reminds me of C/C++ in highschool I suppose.

How well does it translate to a web framework? Or is it used for other things on the server not really related to the public facing side? I heard that 1800 flowers is built in Go, I wondered if other languages go hand in hand or if you write the entire thing in Go?

about 4 years ago, by arbor

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no but I have heard great things...

cmandu, about 4 years ago

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