Interaction between technology is great! While giving developers from either language the chance to tap into a potentially larger and - in other areas maybe? - useful technology. These interactions have to be explored to know their limits and where they excel.
Do you have users around the globe? Have you ever worried about response times or local laws? A major advantage of any cloud provider is that this is usually easy to take care of - however is it worth the extra cost of closer to customers?
Can one project make a difference? Does code change anything? In a world that increasingly blends virtual and real worlds together, I believe it does. Especially looking at recent events and how their ethical virtual missteps considerably impacted the real world!
What do you think about serverless? Is it the best thing ever - or just another terrible idea? Regardless if you love or hate the term or technology, I think universal access to it is critical. And since Rust is fast, safe, and simply awesome I’ll give that a try!
With Microsoft I get to travel to interesting places and events around the world - and I get to work with companies to solve whatever they think accelerates their business the most. This time, we invited several companies to work with assigned Microsoft software engineers over several days focussing on two things:
A picture I took near the customer’s office in Bordeaux, FR: Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas