Now, for this year and beyond, which language do I choose?
Go? I have researched this many times, but do not get a satisfying answer. After all, both languages have a high potential in the future and they will be a promising backbone of multiple system-related programmes.
Choosing between Rust and Go depends on your future goals and what projects you want to work on
- For Performance & Control: Use Rust (has a steeper learning curve, but no GC, blazing fast).
- For Simplicity & Productivity: Use Go (easier to learn, good for web dev & APIs).
Try small projects in both languages to get a feel for their strengths and weaknesses before committing. Both Rust and Go offer vibrant communities and bright futures. I hope this will help you to take a better decision
Thank you for your suggestion!
There are pros and cons of both the languages - Rust and Go
Rust- we can achieve more with less code, it is a cross platform language and has a robust performance.
Go- it is easy to use, it is supported by google, it is security friendly and it comes with a powerful yet simple standard library so, the we can achieve more by using less complex codes.
As @sneharsh.kerkar sir said you must try small projects using these two. It will help you to understand which one is better or which language you would like to use.
I hope this would help you.