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re: I had to do a comparison for a new startup actually and (unfortunatelly) I had to choose between these 2 languages, and putting aside the local mar...
 

No real project/customer that has more then 3$ monthly will use a shared hosting, so it is an invalid argument.

There are hundreds of thousands of freelancers living acceptably comfortable lives by having dozens of clients who are willing to pay a few hundred dollars as-needed but unwilling to pay any kind of monthly fee. And even if they did, not everyone has the time to be an expert in all the areas of expertise they already dabble in and then have to learn to do their own devops on top of that. They'd rather pay monthly for real professionals to manage their server for them IF their clients really needed that, but most of their clients do not need it.

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