What is Go
Go (or Golang) is a compiled and static open-source programming language.
It was invented by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson at Google in 2009. Go’s initial purpose was to solve “Google-sized” problems. Go is particularly useful for projects that involve distributed networks, cloud services, and other complex back-end technologies. Also, it offers memory security and simultaneous programming functions as well as a reliable package system.
The advantages of Golang include its rapidity, its cross-platform use, its garbage collection and the fact that it keeps the bugs away.