I understand that opinion is greatly divided on this language. People have different viewpoints about technology and that’s fine.
My viewpoint is that Go is a very pragmatically designed language. It’s not trying to push the state of the art in language design. It just wants to provide a practical tool for writing large…
Probably yes, beacuse it’s trending and growing.
A baseless opinion.
It that were really true, you wouldn’t be a fan of SmallTalk, which is all about philosophy, ideological beauty and education, but has virtually no industry or practical usage.
Pragmatically speaking, we don’t need generics: https://appliedgo.net/generics/
That’s the thing: Go is all about pragmatism, not idealism. You can criticize Go all you want on a philosophical and theoretical basis, but at the end of the day, there is only one thing that matters: Can you use Go to successfully write large…