In Blog Posted September 3rd, 2020
Go language is designed by a team of some of the veterans in programming that consists of people who worked on UNIX and also people having decades of experience with compiler design. They created this new language to address the issues they have faced in their entire career. Even though they generally started from C, Go has designed from scratch keeping the best of languages of C/C++ and getting rid of bad features.
Enterprise applications are complex applications that satisfy critical business requirements. They often are multi-developer and multi-component applications. Also, these days enterprise applications are also deployed on cloud and their functionality is demanded by multiple concurrent users.
So, enterprise applications should be highly performing — to solve problems in a reasonable amount of time and must be readable so as to maintain it. You could see that all of these features are part of the core design principles of Go!
The primary reason that drives Golang for enterprise software development is its support to highly scalable software development along with an emphasis on readability and robustness.
How does Go ensure its promises?
Also, Golang web development is a breeze, as its library provides many tools that cater to different needs. Many poise that Go could replace Node.js. Go lang powers many successful applications like Docker and Kubernetes. The notable companies using golang are Google, Uber, Dropbox, Soundcloud, and more.
Of course, I have only provided the main features of Go that make it compelling to use for the development of enterprise applications. There are lots of other features of Go that make it good and also, with the coming of Go 2.0, we can certainly expect more!
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