Go is a statically typed, compiled programming language designed at Google.
It runs on most operative systems, including the obvious major ones such as Windows and OSX, Unix, and Linux.
GO utilizes a very similar syntax to C, and it aims to be as efficient as these languages while offering the
and functionality that a language like Python has. Nevertheless, GO is very different from C, featuring backward
(from the perspective of Java or C), along with many other features that are interesting to look at.