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Google's Go language is perfect for today's distributed application development, enabling complex operations across multiple services to run concurrently

What happens when the people behind one of the most influential operating systems of the last 50 years or so decide they don’t like what’s happened to the language they wrote their OS in? 

It turns out they decide to rebuild it their own way. That’s what happened when Unix creators Rob Pike and Ken Thompson (who wrote the original B language that formed the foundation of the entire family of C-derived languages we use) felt it was time to develop a new systems-level programming language, with a focus on speeding up software development.

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