I think that depends on what you want to do. Go is more of a backend/systems language. It’s also what most of Docker is written in. If you’re thinking to write that kind of code, I’ve really liked Go for that, and would say 9. Otherwise, less.

I’m looking at it in combination of how it’s used with Caddy and “static” sites. It uses Go templating and conventions. For scenarios where I might want to or need to serve from own infra & not use something like Netlify.

Go is still in the early stages of it’s growth. It’s only going to get more popular IMO. The ability to build single binary for any platform makes it really attractive for building all sorts of things, from simple utils, to large applications.

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