C/C++ have their place, mostly for extremely high performance scenarios like operating systems and video games. For web...pretty much not worth the effort. Go is high enough performance in most cases, and even then something like nodejs will be suitable in most web circumstances.
I don't do a lot of web stuff, mostly command-line utilities and such. But with Go's lack of a good GUI, I've considered using a Go webserver (very easy to implement!) as an interface.
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