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    Eugh, it looks like they decided on Node.js and that it was the core message before even beginning the lobbying process which screams of not really understanding the solution to the problem they had.

    They seemed to have missed out that it was not anything to do with Node.js that got them there, it’s that they replaced everything and changed the environment and architecture.

    It could have been rewritten in anything and they would have gotten the same result.

    The only reason to mention Node.js at all is maybe from a cost effectiveness as hiring is easier and, dare I say here (of course I do), cheaper.