Golang programming has increased in popularity only recently, leading to a shortage of experienced Golang developers. A better option is to outsource your Golang development to a company that has a stable and experienced Golang talent pool.
Yes, Go and Golang are the same, not to be confused with the board game Go and Android Go. Golang is commonly used because of the domain name 'golang.org.'
Docker, Kubernetes, Fedora Core(OS), and InfluxDB are some extremely popular and successful projects where Golang has been used.
Golang can best be used in distributed network services due to native concurrency features. Go has proven itself as the first choice for the fast development of network services, software infrastructure reengineering projects, and the creation of compact but powerful tools.
Golang has certain limitations like lack of manual memory management, unfit for rich GUI applications, the large size of binaries, and the absence of accepting generics.
Golang has developed a large community and is backed by Google. The developer community supporting Golang is driving changes in the specifications, and it is expected that soon, Golang will take a more central place in enterprise software development. Its future in cloud applications is already assured due to its speed and simplicity.