hundreds-breakfast-4901011/03/2019, 9:11 PM
aloof-angle-9161611/03/2019, 9:23 PM
doesn't exist, that's absolutely a program error). we can thoughtfully develop high-performance primitives in rust (like the idea for
i was mentioning in #engine) which fully extract the execution and error handling so that the python code written can look and feel much more declarative. there's a very novel type system that arises from the rule graph and the greater, dynamic, yet strongly-typed control we can have over the execution (compared to a compiled language) means we can iterate incredibly fast on novel ways to expose declarative APIs for messy, error-prone code.