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Re^6: Camel vs. Gopher

by pwagyi (Monk)
on Apr 29, 2019 at 02:24 UTC ( [id://1233100] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: Camel vs. Gopher
in thread Camel vs. Gopher

Go is compiled/statistically typed language. it'll definitely be faster in most cases than dynamically typed language (where perl/python will have to perform some type checking at run-time) Perl will definitely be more flexible. e.g in Perl, you could use a module (like Moose) to have declarative-feel OO while in Go, you got half-baked OO and lack of generic (despite being static type language). Goroutine doesn't auto-magically make concurrency safe/nor avoid races or dead-lock. In my opinion, golang is oversold.

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Re^7: Camel vs. Gopher
by etj (Deacon) on May 03, 2022 at 21:39 UTC
    And for static-ish-typed numerical processing like that shown here (and mentioned already), PDL is the way to achieve great performance (and since 2.062, using multi-cores by default for "broadcasting").