I like Go.
I'm not using it professionally, though (only using JS at work).
When I started learning it I made a favicon-to-ascii-converter and a service for getting Spotify-Auth-Tokens for a React-App. Both went pretty smoothly and I sticked to it. My latest project is a 2D-game I'm doing with SDL2.
The Pros I see for myself:
Check out Michael Fogleman for lots of great Go-code
Also a great learning resource: usegolang.com/ (Full Web-App with Go)
And what I'm currently doing: interpreterbook.com/ (Writing a basic interpreter in Go)
Thanks for sharing the materials and the great write-up
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