On Wed, Jan 06, 2010 at 07:42:23AM -0500, Erin Germ wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone is or has tried using Go ( http://golang.org/ ).
i begun an experimental ISO2709 parser. It's very nice to write go code
- even the langage itself isn't stable
- the performances are not yet as good as those annonced by Rob. Pike
during the go presentation.
It's not ready for production but grow fast and have heavy supporters (
plan9 communauty, google, ... ). The mailing list is very active. It
will be very good for parts that need better performances than the
BTW: dynamic langages provide tons of shortcuts that will never be
available on compiled langages like go: your code will run faster but
will be longer and harder to write.
I'm actually playing with go, haskell and rakudo and i'm now pretty sure
that rakudo will be my next swiss knife (after 12 years of daily perl5
and some tasks in python, lua, php, ruby)
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