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>> We also have the real world app that is Instagram.

> I don't think Instagram is a single app. What is Python used for at Instagram?

According to their engineering blog (https://instagram-engineering.com/static-analysis-at-scale-an-instagram-story-8f498ab71a0c):

> Our server app is a monolith, one big codebase of several million lines and a few thousand Django endpoints [1], all loaded up and served together. A few services have been split out of the monolith, but we don’t have any plans to aggressively break it up.
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