Go Google’s New Open Source Programming Language: But No Go for window users

Go Programming Language

via Go Home Page

So finally google did it. Google has come up with a new programming language called Go. As off now Go compilers are available only for two operating systems (Linux, Mac OS X).

Go’s home page suggests, its simple, fast, safe, concurrent, fun and opensource. Lets see how much this new language can do, when .Net has a big market share along with C and C++. Google open source blog post says:

Here at Google, we believe programming should be fast, productive, and most importantly, fun. That’s why we’re excited to open source an experimental new language called Go. Go combines the development speed of working in a dynamic language like Python with the performance and safety of a compiled language like C or C++. Typical builds feel instantaneous; even large binaries compile in just a few seconds. And the compiled code runs close to the speed of C. Go lets you move fast.

Here is some useful links related to go:

Here we have simple Hello World Program in Go….

package main

import "fmt"

func main() {
  fmt.Printf("Hello, World\n")
}

Source: Golang.org

So best of luck with Gooooooooooooo………. 🙂

Lets hope somebody will come up with a window compiler for Go soon.

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Programming in .Net C# in Hindi: Just Fun

class सुचना
{

private String _नाम = “सुचना”;
public String अपनी_सुचना_दो()
{

String सुचना = “मेरा नाम “+_नाम+” है, मुझे फलक ने लिखा है !”;
return सुचना;

}

}

so finally one program in Hindi(हिन्दी). Yes you can check it, its working, initialize the class, and call its method. 🙂

Mono 2.2 may defeat .Net in some categories

Yes its true as this article claim so. Open source is going to rock one more time. Any way mono is celebrating the release of version 2.2 this week.

InfoQ’s Jonathan Allen said, “Mono is outgrowing the standard. Mono is not just playing catch-up any more, it is trying to move past the CLR in many areas. And as an open source project, they can slip in new libraries at a much faster clip than Microsoft.”