Go is a new language from Google. Robert Pike and Ken Thompson are behind it. (I believe they are Godness for programmer ;-). At first glance, Go stays in the middle between C++ and Python.
I am trying to understand a bit more about the language. Garbage collection is there, type inference is there, lamba/closure is there, but where are modern things like generic/collections and exceptions?
Generic is a commonly accepted programming paradigm that any modern programmer is using (C++ has it, Java has it, etc, etc?)
BTW, there was already a programming language called Go and google missed it ?