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The Go Workshop: ranking for ease of learning?

 
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Hi,
I can see this is a tutorial for beginners, just wondering how Go ranks for ease of learning and the level of adoption of the language? I haven't seen that many positions advertised using Go but that's maybe because of the industry I'm in (Banking and Finance).

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Since I have never written any Go, I would like to know how accurate CB is about this being a beginner's tutorial. Do you start by explaining what a computer program is, or do you assume your readers know that sort of thing already?
 
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I meant beginners to Go...not beginners to life :-)
 
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I have been a beginner to life as long as I can remember
 
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