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View Poll Results: favorite programming language?
Asm 19 10.86%
C 65 37.14%
C++ 34 19.43%
C# 8 4.57%
Java 15 8.57%
Javascript 6 3.43%
Perl 30 17.14%
PHP 33 18.86%
Ruby 13 7.43%
Python 39 22.29%
Shell 36 20.57%
Awk 15 8.57%
Others: Tcl, Erlang, Haskell, Ocaml, D, Forth ... 25 14.29%
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Old 1st March 2020
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These days I program almost everything in Go. I worked for it full-time for 3 years at my last job, and find it works well for most (though not all) tasks I do, so I've continued using it since I left last year.

Other languages might arguably be a better fit for some tasks, but I find that the older I get, the less time and patience I have to learn new things. Basically, I just want to Get Shit Done™ and not spend half my life learning new things for the sake of it.
Does go work well in OpenBSD?
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Does go work well in OpenBSD?
lang/go

Follow-up discussion should be posted in OpenBSD Packages & Ports.
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