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Go is a general-purpose programming language (sometimes known as "Golang" for its searchability). While Go was developed by Google, it is now an open source project with a significant contributor base. It strives to be efficient in both development and execution, focusing on quick compilation and better project maintainability. Go was designed for system programming tasks such as building server/web applications, high throughput middleware, and databases. Still, it now has a growing ecosystem of libraries that allow it to be used for a wide range of tasks such as developing end-user daemons, CLIs, and desktop/mobile applications.

Go's first-class concurrency capabilities make it easy to design programs that use multicore and networked computers. At the same time, its structural type system allows for flexible and modular program development. Go compiles swiftly to memory-safe machine code while also providing the benefits of garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It is a fast, statically typed, compiled language that grows like a dynamically typed, interpreted language while performing like native code.