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    The error handling of Go seems like it would be source of distraction in this.

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      Configuration management tools which are themselves configured via declarative means are, while cumbersome at times, still a step up compared to “just provision servers” libraries that manage to somehow shamble along without an I/O system or a strong type system or referential transparency.

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        In IRC someone suggested using Fabric. Which would work! And allows you to write code. But also has a lot more limited feature set (I believe) vs something like Ansible, and still establishes one SSH connection per command.