Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
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Go has a lot of benefits
Go is an open-source programming language developed by a team at Google and the combined effort of other contributors. It is meant to simplify the process of software development, particularly for complex architecture and processes.
Fast: Golang is a compiled language, which means the code written is directly translated into formats that a processor understands. Meanwhile, the program in Java is compiled into bytecode that are executed by the virtual machine.
Well-Scaled: One of the reasons why you ought to use Golang is its ability to support concurrency. The Go language has Goroutines, which are basically functions that can run simultaneously and independently. Golang’s Goroutines are the opposite of what Java’s thread is, where the latter is a heavyweight that gobbles up memory. Technically, you can run millions of GoRoutines without crashing the system.
Transparent: Go’s syntax is meant to be transparent. It has only one standard code format created automatically by the fmt tool. The language makes it easy for you to always know what your code is doing and estimate resources. Languages like Python are as readable as Go, but not quite as transparent.