Go and DNSimple with Anthony Eden
Carl and Richard chat with Anthony Eden about his work creating DNSimple and the languages he uses to create awesome. Yeah, the boys fangirl a bit on DNSimple, since they do love it so. But so what? It's a great product and you should use it. Anthony talks about his inspiration for building DNSimple, his experiences working in Erlang to build parts of the server, as well as Google's super-cool language Go. This is what polyglot programming is all about - using the best languages for the job.
Anthony Eden is the founder of DNSimple and the perpetrator of numerous open source projects. Anthony has also contributed to a wide variety of open source projects over the past 17 years as a software developer, using multiple languages including Java, Python, Ruby, Clojure, Go and Erlang. Anthony currently lives near Carcassonne, France.