Be very careful about add-ons and extra tools. Go has a comprehensive Standard Library that enable one to build pretty much any type of application without resorting to add-ons, third party code and or frameworks.
Before installing something that appears to help you, dig into the Standard Library first so see if you can solve the problem, then move slowly outward in the go eco-system to find go-like tools that help. Just banging a library in that looks like Python, or Java or C obviates the point of using Go
Whilst this is a personal opinion i often find that instead of solving the problem using Go, helpful devs will build a solution that looks like another language they are familiar with to circumvent Go rather than go (no pun intended) with the grain of the language. This is also the case with development of the language where we now have the “Generics” camp trying to make Go look like Java & C++ etc. (Gawd help us).