On Friday, 10 February 2017 at 23:02:38 UTC, Dmitry Olshansky
Go - they value simplicity and robust run-time (Go's GC breaks
news with sub-milisecond pauses on large heaps). The sheer
complexity of D is enough for it to be a hard sell, D's GC is
coup de grace.
I have never understood the appeal of Go. With respect to the GC,
With respect to "simplicity", I found it to be easy to learn a
language that makes it hard to get stuff done. I've never
understood the argument that programming in Go is simple. Clearly
others have their own view.