Totally agree with you. The only real problem I see with Go is the lack of generic types. That one is a harsh.
At least they are planning to add it in the future.
I haven't tried Golang much, but I still have to compare Golang to Kotlin, if I want it strict.
For non-strict, I would still use TypeScript.
Perhaps Generics mean some convenient inheritance???
Here is the TypeScript documentation about genetics:
I’ve never used Kotlin, but I believe that it has generic-like features, like Java.
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