Industry giants like Google, Facebook and Ericsson have already solved many of the large-scale problems that smaller companies are now facing.
"Go is a programming language designed by Google to help solve Google's problems." So said Rob Pike, one of the Go language's designers.
That may be the case, yet the open source language is increasingly being adopted by enterprises around the world for building applications at large scale. The story is similar with Erlang. Originally a proprietary language developed by Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson for handling massive...
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