Well worth trying.
Apart from that, for stuff which has to run fast where you need lots of control, Go seems to be C or C++ done right. We know more about programming languages than we did 40 years ago and Go incorporates some of these advances. Implicit interfaces are wonderful
Last edited by ehrt74; April 20th, 2013 at 09:24 AM.
Perl, because of CPAN, the world largest collection of free software.
Just my 0.00000002 million dollars worth,
Programming is as much about organization and communication as it is about coding.
My favorites for the moment has to be Python and HTML5.
My Open Source Blog http://peterahlgren.com
In addition to what I wrote in my previous post, I wish to say that I like also ruby, even if it has less online documentation than python.
(*) Yes, it all started in 1977... because I don't count the toy programmable logic board as a "language"