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Waylon Jepsen Author

Excellent, thanks for the feedback! I'll check out pypy. I am mainly interested in Rust because it's relevant to my thesis and cyclic redundancy checks. I am also following a few of the rust cryptography crates on GitHub, which has a lot of community involvement. I don't know very much about go, but I will start looking into it anyway because we have a GO SDK for hedera that I need to be acquainted with. Either way, super grateful for your input. The community here is fantastic :relaxed

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Patrice Ferlet

Yes, I am not trying to criticize this or that language without reason. I just noticed a tendency to see the community using tools by fashion effect and I find it very unfortunate for technologies that are losing visibility while they are much more suitable for many projects.
And indeed, the community on this site is really cool 😎

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Waylon Jepsen Author

I can see where you're coming from. Programing can be a vast field and finding the right tool for the job can seem like aa daunting task. Finding a needle in the hey stack at times. It's a good learning experience though!