Idris, Agda, OTP, Phoenix Liveview.
One of the things I love about Erlang/OTP being so cool is that they’re decades old - isn’t it awesome when something (and sometimes, someone) are so ahead of their time?
Rust is definitely up there!
Another vote for Rust
Idris: A Language for Type-Driven Development - what is
type driven development
Added portals for:
simple & short code, streaming, releases, many tiny VM processes, new UI i.e. not just another
Elixir took all of
Rust and other languages attention as same as
scenic took attention for creating
UI. That’s why I’m not so much interested in
LiveView even when have so much amazing features like extremely simple
For working on code:
And many other
Elixir projects which gives me inspiration everyday.
Amazing, thank you.
Rust programming… no turning back
On the hardware side, I’m seeing lots of good things about the Apple M1 chips. Definitely gonna upgrade my Mini and MBAir.
Just wish I could get a Mini with 32 GB RAM. That’s probably coming in the next generation, but I don’t wanna wait that long – both these boxen are from 2014 and the Mini has gotten unstable.
Rust, Python, C++.
no love for Elm? or am I posting this in wrong thread? also no arm (m1) for Elm yet?
Elixir, Phoenix, and OTP. Especially excited for OTP 24 bringing JIT to the BEAM.
How do I upvote a post multiple times? Lol
But yes, Rust and Idris are still awesome modern ones (is Idris still considered ‘new’ or has it aged enough yet?). Elixir is cool but its backed by an old, stable, and awesome VM so I’m torn on whether it could be considered that new, definitely still cool.
And OCaml I always love, but that’s a personal thing, lol, still advancing slowly as always.
The Elm language has a few… issues that make using the language-in-anger a bit rough… ^.^;
Try OCaml instead. ^.^
OCaml for frontend? was learning Elm cause its refreshing. but i agree with you, i was mostly frustrated on my way of learning it :\
Elixir w/ Phoenix Liveview <-> svelte
Wish they weren’t too expensive
By doing this or , hehehe