I've posted before, but thought I should do a bit of a follow-up.
100% of our production system is now running Go as 95% of our
application (C being the other bits). Not side bits, but our critical
We're running around 800 million requests a month
through our various public-facing sites run on more than
500 servers on AWS.
Sites we power that are in pure-Go..
...and a lot more.
We are running this on our production servers, but we
also have a local development env that our customers run
and that is compiled in all three major operating systems.
We have a binary executable available for Linux, Mac OSX,
and *gasp* Windows!
Since 1.0, Go has been ridiculously stable for us and
the decision to switch has been one of the better decisions
we've made as a business.
The power and speed of a compiled language, with the
flexibility and agility that we've come to expect in a
VP of Technology, Moovweb
PS: Also included a photo of our team with various Gopher
talisman's we keep around.
PPS: If you are in SF and want to chat with us, send me an email
and we'll chat!