Go is not much used for competitive programming, primarily because it doesn't have a generic container library. It also gets too verbose at times, but are there any real applications of it? We already know that Go is pretty fast when it comes to speed and memory usage. We also know that it offers CSP (Communicating sequential processes) out-of-the-box, so it's much easier to build concurrent pipelines in it than in the other languages. But can we really benefit from it?