Like any tool, Go has pros and cons, use it where it shines the most.
Notice: some of these pros/cons in and of themselves are not unique to Go, but the combination with others is what sets Go, as a whole package, apart from other languages.
There are Go Surveys for 2016 and 2017 that may reveal some additional insights into what the Go community thinks are the pros and cons of the language.
oh i thought go was an evolved py, i think that package story showed some different thing
I'm in the camp saying that no generics is a huge missed opportunity, especially because it wouldn't be that difficult to add and IMO doesn't make the language that much more complicated to learn (hardly, I would say). No generics means we're still coding old-fashioned "for" loops all the time, instead of using the powerful data manipulation abstractions (map, filter, reduce etc) which virtually every other modern language offers. Go is nice, but give us generics and it will be a dozen times nicer!
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