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How to decide what programming language to use for Startup

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Inside Scoop, Inside Drag: Episode 004 | April 2017

“We have now got to the stage that we have qualified Drag (Kanban in email) as a concept, have validated 3,400 early access requests and now we’re ready for go for it.

This means we need to make decisions about what programming language to build our product on, what architecture and how we can be efficient.

To give some context I am not technical, however, I do operate some small SaaS businesses so have solid experience in decision-making on technology stacks. Here are some answers.

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SaaS experience

C# .Net product

Ruby on Rails product(s)

Ruby on Rails overview and benefits

C# .Net overview and benefits

Python overview and benefits

Resources from this Episode

Ruby on Rails – A shared inbox. Does differently to Drag, big investment, more corporate.
C# – Been around a while and don’t believe they have generated traction in this time.
Python – Look cool. Believe they’ll find it hard to take volume away from existing Gmail users.
Nodejs – Look cool. Believe they’ll find it hard to take volume away from existing Gmail users.

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Nick Timms

Author Nick Timms

Nick is the Co-Founder of Drag (a tool that transforms Gmail into organized lists) who loves building startups and learning as they grow.

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