Wed Feb 6 08:54:51 EST 2019

Erlang and Rust

A good team.  It's a bridge between two worlds.  Each world has its
own benefits:

- reloads for incremental development
- supervision
- multithreading + mailboxes
- distribution
- default protocol "baseline" data language
- simple pure functional language

- decent static type system
- multithreading + channels
- C-like performance (CPU and memory usage)
- many good libraries

It seems that the bridge between these needs to be made somewhere.
Doing this at port or TCP level speaking ETF seems simplest.