Three Months of Go (from a Haskeller's perspective)


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I will probably never choose to use Go for anything ever again, unless I’m being paid for it. Go is just too different to how I think: when I approach a programming problem, I first think about the types and abstractions that will be useful; I think about statically enforcing behaviour; and I don’t worry about the cost of intermediary data structures, because that price is almost never paid in full.
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4 days ago by chriskrycho
This summer I’ve been interning at Pusher, and have been writing a lot of Go. It’s been a bit of a change coming from a Haskell background, so I decided to write up my thoughts now, at the end. There’s not a lot to Go, it’s quite a small language.
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4 days ago by deepblue
25 Aug, 2016 This summer I’ve been interning at Pusher , and have been writing a lot of Go. It’s been a bit of a change coming from a Haskell background, so I…
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4 days ago by joeybaker
Three Months of Go (from a Haskeller's perspective)

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4 days ago by tjweir