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Choosing a language to write a trading application that will use Spark and Kafka and will possibly need to run on AWS Lambda is hard...
supported by AWS lambda, great love for data science community,
both OO and functional, lots of the current crop of data tools appear to lean heavily to it i.e. spark, built for high concurrency
We currently use it on both the frontend and backend and while it has flaws they are known flaws that have known solutions
functional darling, and not the strongest of arguments but "i would like to"
we need a dedicated keyboard just to type the parenthesis...
It's functional, cool, modern and apparently easy to learn. It has a lot of libraries already written and community seems to be growing quite fast
It's not supported in AWS lambda (more or less)
it is old, showing its age and i refuse to use eclipse ever again, not an argument more rant