persistent CGI pattern at google.com (was why python?)
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Sat Nov 20 22:41:44 CET 2004
francois lepoutre schreef:
>> Google itself is a python success story - for example this here:
> Sure, it looks like google.com is using some kind of
> cgi process to run python code. Kind of good news
> for those selling python-based stuff.
> I expect google use some sort of persistency layer
> (mod_python, fastcgi ...) to run their python cgi code
> Anyone knows the way their python code is delivered
> at adwords ?
I see Python used for their knowledge base, not for adwords?
IIRC their web spiders were, and maybe still are, (partially?) written in
I'm not sure where they use Python otherwise...
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