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With a plethora of new languages coming and going, people frequently try to do the cross-language performance comparisons. In most cases, that’s a strange thing to do, because even the minute differences in implementations can drive the benchmark scores off the cliff. It’s difficult even to compare a single small change in the otherwise stable environment. Trying to do the same when language compilers, bytecode generators, optimization opportunities, API differences, and contract obligations may differ drastically, happens to be orders of magnitude more complicated.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Jul 06 2014 / 22:37

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