Bet Builder Case Study: How Golang Helped bet365 Achieve the Impossible

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Alan Reed, Head of Sports Development, Hillside Technology (bet365), discusses how the Golang programming language has helped the firm
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Alan Reed, Head of Sports Development, Hillside Technology (bet365), discusses how the Golang programming language has helped the firm

Alan Reed, Head of Sports Development, Hillside Technology (bet365), discusses how the Golang programming language has helped the firm

Earlier this year, bet365 launched a new service that enables users to create their own unique bets in real-time. An industry first, the Bet Builder system can combine up to six individual wagers on...

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