Excellent post. I like the vulnerability and honesty.
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I’m floord by this.
I’ve just got started with Go about 9 months ago and I find a lot of what is said in this article to be true. I’ve spent the majority of my career writing Scala and while I love the expressiveness, it’s hard for beginners to become productive in.
I’ve been waiting for a write up on dat that’s this in-depth.
Finishing up a side project in Ballerina (the programming language) that I’ll release to the public next week.
I would say the fact that all Ops tools integrate with Slack is evidence that it’s not dead.
I’ve been using Squarespace. It’s expensive, but I can focus on writing and content versus building my site.
I’d be very interested in this.