It’s too bad that the “official” list of companies you linked doesn’t sort them based on how much Go they use. For example, my company uses it for a majority of our backend services but that’s not super apparent from that list lol. I also wonder if it’s worth to add sponsors of Golang conferences? gophercon.com/page/1320031/sponsors since usually they use the language of the conference they support (though might have to research each company to be sure)
Thanks for this list!
Sound great but the sponsors list suffer from the same problem, their products are mostly written in Java and C++, but it contains some companies that have relevant Go positions (like CrowdStrike).
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