Q: What programming language should I learn first? A: Go
Brian Will
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I’ve only just come across your writing and videos. You produce excellent work that resonates with me, mind you I have to take issue with the notion that assembly code is short and simple. Not always. Back in the day, I augmented a (Data General) mini-computer with an FFT instruction along with other digital signaling operations (convolution, correlation) written in microcode (see Tracy Kidder’s book “Soul of a New Machine”).

Go is very much my preferred language today. It is another amazing piece of work. Would that I could use it to write my Android applications.

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