Get started with Google Go in Azure

For a language that’s designed for systems-level programming, the Google Go language (Golang) is surprisingly popular. Designed by many of the original C designers, it’s gained a reputation as a tool for developing low-level systems, including many used on Azure. If you’ve run a Docker container, fired up any of Azure’s Kubernetes services, or used the Open Service Broker, you’re using code that’s written in Go.

While Go development began at Google, it’s now an open source project, with a widely distributed development team. Recent hires into Azure’s cloud developer advocacy team have brought several key players into Microsoft, where they continue to work on Go and associated projects. Microsoft is also working with other companies that use Go, like Hashicorp, with its Terraform multicloud infrastructure management tool that helps manage Azure container deployments.

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from InfoWorld Cloud Computing