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The Best Tool for the Job: Assessing Languages for Microservice Development at FlightAware

Most of the posts on the Angle of Attack blog look to the past. "This is how we solved a hard technical problem;" "here's how we designed a product;" "here's how I optimized something." This post takes a different approach, as it speaks more to what FlightAware will do rather than what it has done. My hope is that it will give readers some insight into how significant technical decisions are made at FlightAware. ( More...

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Jwahar Bammi 2
Thanks, Interesting blog post. Curious in your whole consideration for the web services choices you never once mentioned WASM + Rust. Was that not considered?
Then there's the Julia programming language.


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