Go In Three Easy Pieces
Go is a statically typed, compiled language with a dynamic and lightweight feel. With Go you get the efficiency benefits of being close to the machine–your programs compile to native code–with the productivity benefits of a scripting language. Go apps tend to run faster and use less memory than equivalent Python or Java apps, and Go's concurrency primitives make it easy to write web applications. This talk presents the key language features that make Go stand out from the crowd.
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