YouTube Interview Discussion and Q&A on Typesense
TLDR Jason thanks Zaiste for a YouTube interview. Martin commends them and asks about potential use of Rust for Typesense. Jason explains why they choose C/C++ over Rust.
Nov 23, 2021 (22 months ago)
We talked about Typesense, the state of search, our bootstrapped journey and my personal journey leading up to Typesense.
Nov 26, 2021 (22 months ago)
For eg: we would have had to write our own Raft library which is one thing to build but a whole other thing to run at scale, debug and ensure correctness of distributed systems. In the C/C++ ecosystem in contrast, teams have already built, battle tested and opensourced libraries for Raft, http, etc. So we’re able to stand on the shoulders of giants and we get to focus on the key pieces pieces for Typesense which is search.
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