by robey

What is this "goo" that holds the yak together?

Goo doesn't hold the yak together, Meta-Crpl (pronounced Meta-Carpal) does. But goo is its intense rival. Goo is a compiled-into-bytecode language for distributed networks. Fore more info:

Check out the goo site.


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