Should I use Golang or Node.js for my Next App?

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When I started working in backend development, Node.js was my training ground. As the name suggests, Node is a backend framework built on top of Javascript. For many modern developers, Node has been easier to use, more popular and more reliable than older options like PHP.

I recently began learning to build websites and applications in Golang (or Go). Both Node and Go came into…

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Software Engineer. Currently in the language development space. Passionate about well-documented code and open source.

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Faith Chikwekwe

Faith Chikwekwe

Software Engineer. Currently in the language development space. Passionate about well-documented code and open source.

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