Why scientists are turning to Rust?

Despite having a steep learning curve, the programming language offers speed and safety. In 2015, bioinformatician Johannes Köster was what he called “kind of a full-time Python guy”. He had already written one popular tool — the workflow manager Snakemake — in the programming language. Now he was contemplating a project that required a level of computational performance that Python simply couldn’t deliver. So he began casting about for something new.

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