Google announced the launch of a new programming language cutely named Go around two years ago.
The company is now preparing to release the first stable edition of Go early next year.
Google spoke about the developments in the last two years:
Today is the second anniversary of Go’s release, and Go is faster and more stable than ever. Careful tuning of Go’s code generators, concurrency primitives, garbage collector, and core libraries have increased the performance of Go programs, and native support for profiling and debugging makes it easier to detect and remove performance issues in user code.