Ok, maybe I will.
Originally Posted by Vax456
Itís a very interesting language to use instead of C or C++ due to many improvements (speed of compilation, no need to write headers, garbage collection, relative simplicity of the language, more readable and maintainable code, ease of writing concurrent programs), but I havenít yet built anything with it. Google say they have, of course, as well as several other businesses.
Yes..., for example:
Originally Posted by cbamber85
https://github.com/globocom/tsuru PaaS software (cloud for web applications)
and from Mozilla:
The developers behind Heka also thought about using Rust (a language developed by Mozilla), but then decided to go with Go, because Rust will have too much changes in the future.