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Johan W.



Member since:

July 9, 2014

When did you learn about Go?

I first heard about Go on a computer science lecture by Stefan Nilsson in 2010.

When did you write your first Go program?

Me and a friend wrote an ATM server and client for a school lab in 2011 and I was impressed with how simple concurrency and error handling was in Go.

Have you worked professionally with Go?

Yup, but not as much as I'd like

What is the best thing with Go?

That it's designed to be practically useful and not to fulfill someones vison of the "perfect" programming paradigm.


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