In this tutorial, user angeloma of OSRadar shows us how to install the Go Language on your FreeBSD operating system. Go is an open-source programming language with creating efficient and easily distributable applications in mind. It has similarities to C, and has a defining features of garbage collection, memory safety, and more. See the link below for the full set of instructions.
For this and many other reasons is that more and more developers have it as their main language.
Install Go language on FreeBSD 12
One of the main advantages of FreeBSD is that it has a large number of packages available from the official repositories. However, not all of them are up-to-date.
So in this post, we will download and install the latest stable version of Go which is 1.14.
First, open a terminal session. Once you have it open, you need to install curl to download Go.