I'm a scala developer and other colleagues are doing kotlin and java. Unfortunately we have a codebase, from an external company working for us, with 75% Go code, so we have to handle that. Luckily I have not done so much until now, but I can hear my colleagues crying out a least twice a day "What a shit is this?". Maybe the code is bad, structs are copy&pasted, error handling is primitive and the lack a high level programming language features. It's good for a quick hack like importing data.
Maybe you should have a look on Rust. Same performance but a lot better designed.
You made me laugh imagining your colleagues shouting out loud
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