You can easily find the talk I’m referencing in the title. I’ll leave the link at the end of the post. I stumbled onto the talk while watching the latest Ruby conferences. Discussing the issue of concurrency, Ruby’s lack of it, how this could affect the performance of your stack, the shortcomings prospective clients are looking to avoid, and then how “adding” these other languages into your stack can solve these problems, would seem to be a more constructive approach. However, that’s not the impression I got. You can make your own opinion.
Speaking ill of Ruby at conferences, why?
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