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Coding Languages: How To Decide Which Fits Your Startup The Best

As a business owner, every decision you make at the early stages of your business can influence how big your success will be. Deciding on which programming languages to use for your product or software development is one of those. But how do you know which programming language fits your product best, especially with so many different languages to select from? Do you go for speciality coding languages such as ASM and SQL or more general languages such as Ruby, Python or C#? It might lead to decision fatigue.

Understanding which programming languages are out there and what their pros and cons are and which suits what industry can guide you in making this decision easier. While there are languages that fit specialized software development, in general start-ups are able to find their needs met with universally applicable programming languages. Among all the known programming languages, two are common and can fit most business models; Golang (Go Language) and Ruby. 

Meet Golang and Ruby

Golang is an open-source programming language, and developers can create compelling, superior and trustworthy software.  The Golang was built at Google in 2007 and was made public in 2009.  The brains behind the Golang was Ken Thompson,  Rob Pike, and Robert Griesemer. 

Ruby

Ruby is the go-to language if want you desire dynamism. It is open-source, just like Golang. However, it is unique because the result of the programming language is neat, and its uncomplicated syntax can easily be read and written by any software developer. Yukihiro Matsumoto developed it, who concocted his preferred languages, including Smalltalk, Eiffel, Perl, Ada, and Lisp, to create a new one. It was made public in 1995.

Strengths and weaknesses of Golang and Ruby

You can depend on Ruby to give you the fastest and quickest result when it comes to software development. This is because it has a vast library to find solutions to any error or bug, and a gripping library is open-source. For Golang, you have to first create a program code before anything else, which can be time-consuming.  

A significant weakness of Ruby is that you need large memory and Central Processing Unit to run the program seamlessly. So, you do not have an extensive network memory, and you should perhaps try another programming language. 

Furthermore, if you are a greenhorn developer, the Ruby programming language is not for you. It is pretty complicated, and unless you have accumulated a certain level of experience, you may be unable to interpret or understand it. This is not the case with Golang, as the language is a simple and limited amount of code constructions to be made. Interestingly, you only need one week to learn the programming language and to start coding.

Ruby is hugely dependent on the Agile method for testing, making it perfect for testing your software, while Golang is not suitable for testing. 

Both Golang and Ruby are excellent programming languages and they both have strengths and weaknesses. While Golang does not require a large amount of memory to run the program, Ruby does. Also, you can write Ruby in plain English, which makes it easy to understand, unlike Golang, in which you have to first register in codes.

To choose between Golang and Ruby programming languages for your startup,  you must first ask yourself the end objective or goal. Whatever your end goal or objective may be, be rest assured that Zarttech got you covered. We have a pool of highly skilled senior IT experts that can help you build your software depending on your choice of languages -Ruby, Golang or any other programming language.

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