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Andreas K.



Member since:

July 29, 2011


What's your motivation to use Go?

I've mainly worked on Unix/Unix-like systems (Solaris, Linux) using C/C++, and when Go first came out, I immediately recognized it could not only complement C as a serious systems programming language that is "close to the metal", but it also adds new, refreshing language features that fit the Unix way of doing things. Since then, it's become my main programming language for private projects, and I've been writing Go code as my day job since 2013.

What are your expectations from this group?

To meet like-minded people and to learn more about Go.


Herding a team of gophers at travel audience, developing adtech stuff in Go.

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