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This five-part blog series explores the performance improvements from converting sequential logic to concurrent implementations across 6 programming languages - Python, Node.js, Go, Rust, Java, and C - in AWS Lambda. A simple workload to list S3 bucket objects is implemented in each language, utilizing language-specific concurrency approaches from async/await and promises in Python and Node.js to goroutines in Go and separate async runtimes in Rust. The concurrent versions are benchmarked across 10 AWS Lambda memory configurations from 128MB to 10GB to analyze performance gains. Results show optimizations at low memory sizes before settling, with C fastest but Rust and Python having best overall developer experience. The series examines both objective performance metrics and subjective language assessments to provide a practical view into leveraging concurrency. Key takeaway is that converting sequential workloads to concurrent yields significant improvements, with ease of language usage also a big factor in effectiveness.

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