Snakes on the Web: what’s really wrong with web development

I don’t really consider myself a Python developer, although I have dabbled. As with many of the less mainstream languages there are keen developers and thinkers trying to clear away the confusion and push the limits of what is possible. Snakes on the Web The article is an enthusiastic call to action for “Pythonistas”, but …

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Kilim – efficient java internal messaging

The internal messaging model used for concurrency in languages such as Erlang and Scala is undoubtedly compelling. Every time I try I get frustrated, though. I’m simply more comfortable with java. With this in mind I’m very interested in Kilim, which claims to provide a similar model usable directly from java, and with better performance …

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