What is the real USP of Go's interfaces when compared to those in Java or C#?

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  • gomock

    GoMock is a mocking framework for the Go programming language. (by golang)

    I really disagree with this statement. In fact, there is a Google-developed mocking tool in the official Go organization - https://github.com/golang/mock. I am not a huge fan of mocking and I avoid it when I can, but there is nothing that indicates you must be writing Java code in Go if you're using mocks. You'll even find the use of mocks in the Go standard library test code.

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