Last post Nov 29, 2017 07:09 AM by navneetmitawa
Nov 29, 2017 06:42 AM|sairashid|LINK
We are Microsoft based product company, currently working on re-engineering the existing product using Microsoft .NET Web Platform. It is a large-scale product, estimated around 10 months of development with a team of 20-25 engineers. Our
management is pushing us to explore ‘Google Go’ and suggesting that it would improve the productivity, thereby reduce the effort and cost. They also indicate many popular apps (Uber, Drobox) are adapting Google Go. We tried convincing them not to risk on new
technologies but there is a string push from the management to consider this technology. Appreciate if someone can shed some light on the following questions:
Is Google Go matured enough to compete with web based Microsoft Solution?
How does it compare with Microsoft ASP.NET MVC?
What problem does it really solve?
What could be the potential risks of using Google Go?
Any additional justification factors
Nov 29, 2017 07:09 AM|navneetmitawa|LINK
Go is good for Stand-alone command-line apps or scripts Network and Web servers.
Go is not so good for Desktop or GUI-based apps.
Go is less good for System-level programming.
It's also takes more time First you learn first Google Go after then implement and i have seen google go code is not too easy for migrate your projects.
If you go with Google go then faced more difficulties like lack of experience person because it's a new technology.
Lack of support solution over into internet, and also difficult because it not have a UI based development environment.
Read some advantages and disadvantages before you go with Google Go.
Why your management pushing you for go with Google Go. It's not for UI based development.
Other points of note that could be advantages or disadvantages: