My choice to pick Go over D ( and Rust ), mostly non-technical

Andrew andr3w.stev3nsen at
Mon Jan 31 19:23:37 UTC 2022

On Thursday, 3 December 2020 at 10:49:39 UTC, HackFlackRepeat 
> On Friday, 2 February 2018 at 15:06:35 UTC, Benny wrote:
>> Is Go perfect? Hell no ... but one needs to way the positive 
>> and negative. And to me it feels like Go has made more 
>> positive decisions that actually help people develop, then D 
>> on doing too much everywhere. Go is here to stay for the 
>> foreseeable future, where as D... not sure and that is scary.
> I totally agree. Golang is fast, well documented, therefore 
> easy to learn and well-scaled. Troubleshooting and performance 
> monitoring are extremely convenient with lots of tools 
> available - TICK stack, New Relic, Prometheus. There are lots 
> of guides on how to monitor its performance and boost it, just 
> check this article out: 

That's true, but I'm not sure that golang is the best instrument. 
Check this post 
that is quite a cool comparison golang and node. Nodejs also has 
a lot of benefits and as for me, it's one of the best 

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