vibe.d / experience / feedback

Robert M. Münch robert.muench at
Sun Oct 11 11:56:29 UTC 2020

On 6 Oct 2020 at 10:07:56 CEST, "ddcovery" <antoniocabreraperez at>

> I found myself in a similar situation recently, and I can't help 
> but ask you: What technology do you use regularly?

Hi, well we use a couple of different things. Scripting languages, C, Lua,

> What drives/draws you to try dlang/vibe.d?

A prototype we wanted to build while evaluating D as our next tech stack

> Do you have other alternatives to dlang/vibe.d for your project?

Yes. We are currently looking into Go as well.

> In my case we usually work in Node+js/ts (previously Scala+Play) 
> and I wanted to jump to something really performant for a new 
> project without losing code expressiveness and development speed. 
> Dlang seemed a good alternative (I like it much more than Go or 
> Rust).

Well, for us it's getting more and more clear, that a decision what to use in
the future will be based on less and less technical aspects.

The interesting thing about Go is, that their main focus is thinking from an
enterprise perspective, not only from a technical one. So, their focus is
getting stuff done, keeping maintainability in big, constantly changing teams
and stripping everything away, that reduces productivity in such an
environment... I don't know about any other language which puts all these
non-technical aspects on the top of the agenda.

Viele Grüsse.

Robert M. Münch
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