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I haven't been able to find much about the topic, but Graal boasts some pretty crazy startup times for apps, especially when it comes to Clojure. I was wondering, when is startup time something you all think about as a high priority? Most of my work leans heavily on optimizing run-time performance, never startup time, market data analysis, risk profiling, position building, etc... are all things that need to be able to run as fast as once the app is started but I couldn't care less if it takes 5 seconds or 5 minutes. So what do you guys think? Where could Graal's crazy fast startup times be a big win?


@admay for clj-kondo startup is of the highest priority, as it provides editor feedback


in general command line applications


also people have said it’s important on AWS Lambda