Oh, thank you for the clarification. What I meant comparing it to python was that for me, it filled the same role. I often use python to quickly whip out web servers, but I have been using go for this more since I learned it. (and yes node may be slightly faster but I don't want to deal with call back hell and I already know python).
I honestly doubt Node is any faster than Go. Actually I am pretty sure it’s vice versa.
Well, the best language to quickly whip out web servers is the language you like most :)
When it comes to extensive development of business logic behind, syntax and “effectiveness” come to the scene because syntax increases developer’s performance and “effectiveness” increases the computer’s performance. I do not see Go fitting any of the above.
I meant node is faster than python, I should have made that more clear.
BTW no one uses callbacks in 2018 (or 2019?) anymore, async/await is the standard in Node now ;)
Looks like I'm behind the times. Thanks for the heads up!
You're welcome ;)
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