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Go is definitely going to be a big deal for years to come.

I also feel like the Go ecosystem touches on much of the most cutting edge techniques in distributed systems, so I feel like learning it gets you closer to some really interesting things (which pay a lot!)

Gophercon also looks like one of the great software conferences.

I know some Go and have enjoyed the basic experience, but I can't speak too much to the actual language other than second-hand accounts. Haven't gotten that deep.

 

Could you give an example to cutting edge techniques? Like event sourcing and such?

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