Google pits C++ against Java, Scala, and Go • The Register “Google has released a research paper closely comparing the performance of C++, Java, Scala, and its own Go programming language. According to Google’s tests (PDF), C++ offers the fastest runtime of the four languages. But, the paper says, it also…
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