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Discussion on: Why GoLang wasn't accepted by communities ?

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Tobias Nickel

go has pretty good adoption for what it is. It is great for building tools and architecture services. logging services, databases, proxies,... but for building applications, with lots of abstractions, I still prefer more dynamic languages. the gocode is very much deluted with if err != nil ... after almost every second function call. and error messages and stack traces are pretty much a mess.

However the cross platform compiling is awesome. and i hope it can gain more ground from the java and C land.