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Cohesive Concurrency Model:
Usually handling Concurrent programming in any languages have never been easy but Go makes it easier and simple for developers by avoiding complexities. Due to its capability on leveraging multi crore processor and its powerful memory option that highly capable of running heavy applications makes Concurrency support as the highly appreciated feature in Golang.
Goroutines is the light weight approach introduced earlier in Golang, this in-built concurrency helps the developers to handle hundreds or thousands of Goroutines at same time. Since it’s light weight and cheap so it can be created in less memory which remains developers most preferred choice and makes them fall all over again for Go.
A well developed dynamic and automatic memory management in Go has significant impact on both performance and concurrency. Basically the objects which are dynamically allocated are called Garbage collected. Unlike most of the programming languages you’re not restricted to use value types, here you’re free to choose the value types. In Golang, you don’t have to stumble with thousands of commands for handling objects because Garbage collection got your back which can be used on both allocation and removal of objects.
In Go, you don’t necessarily need “class” to make use of Oops because Go got you “structs” instead of classes so you can define n number of properties and methods with help of Structs. Ofcourse Go doesn’t have inheritance but it has more than that, it got the most promising concept called “encapsulation” and “Polymorphism” and there is a reason why Go doesn’t have inheritance because the interfaces in Go are structured in such way to avoid inheritance. So obviously you won’t be craving for inheritance in Golang where as you will all set to play with and make fun with Polymorphic code because it’s structured in such an interactive way to induce interest among the developers.
Simple & Fast
Though code structure sometimes turn out quite long but it has clear solutions every logics even for the complex issues because Go originally approaches clear syntax structure throughout the coding therefore the flexibility and simplicity in handling code is assured.
Since its comes with text based approach therefore it would be easy for you to master Go in few days so you don’t need to spare much time on understanding the codings. Coming to the compilation, comparing to other languages Go grabs the top place in compilation because Go API stays extremely fast in compiling and produces the result in less MB.
Golang is the static language, so the compilers in Go explicitly designed to look for the code standards, this will completely take care of the code compatibility issues to avoid the bugs during execution. Therefore before the execution itself this can greatly help us to catch all bugs to produce error free code that ensures the fast execution and specified output.
Free From Dependency Libraries
Go owns powerful set of library that provides in built functions for primitives which can be distributed as packages and these libraries will serve the components with whatever required.
Apart from the list, also Go owns collections of in built features which supports the cross platform development in Go and you’re not left without guidance , there are plenty of guides, documentations and communities are ready to help you with everything you want to know about Golang development. Also the GitHub repository is keep filled by countless of sources by the Golang developers everyday. So moving ahead with one of the power packed language like Go will not be a big deal for you! Start today and also post your opinions on working with Golang, we like to hear from you!
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