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Head First Go: What sort of applications is Go good for?

 
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As the title says really, is Go a general purpose language or is it more suited to specific applications?
 
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I host a github style application called "GOGS". It's written in Go. In fact, that's what the name means - something like "Go Git System". It's open-source and runs well in Docker.
 
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