I want to learn some low level typed language, should I learn Go or Rust?

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  • zig

    General-purpose programming language and toolchain for maintaining robust, optimal, and reusable software.

  • If you are interested in more low-level programming with manual memory management I would like to throw Zig (https://ziglang.org) into the mix. A while back I started trying to learn it after using Go almost exclusively for the last couple of years and I like it a lot. It has some modern concepts similar to Go (like defer) that just makes it nice to write. Just be aware that Zig is in early stages of development so documentation and stability can be rough at times.

  • Godot

    Godot Engine – Multi-platform 2D and 3D game engine

  • Fair enough! I’d personally recommend Godot, because it’s FOSS, has a really nice way of doing things (in my opinion), and a language that’s similar enough to Go that when I was first learning Go I’d frequently use terms from GDScript! It’s the kind of think you can learn in a few hours. Give it a shot if you’re just getting into dev!

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