Which language or framework do you want to learn next?

Phoenix LiveView :slight_smile:

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Continue to learn elixir :slight_smile:

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Elixir, it just looks so nice; plus it’s high concurrency levels are really awesome!
Currently stuck learning Rust, so it’ll be a long while before I actually make any progress with Elixir but it’s gonna be fun, even more so since I’ve always been interested in a fully functional programming language :wink:

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Elixir and phoenix is on my list

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  1. Kotlin + Spring Boot 2,0 (I’ve heard that it’s very quick to build a CRUD app)
  2. Rust + Rocket (I’ve heard that it’s very fast)
  3. Elixir + Phoenix (heard trhat it can build massively big website)
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Learning game development using C.

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Learning ML, to make use of new Nx extension to Elixir.

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Extremely exciting to learn Elixir as I haven’t dealt with any functional programming topics previously, but the concepts have been aligning naturally :smiley:

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Elixir Nx and maybe Nerves.

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Hi, I’m interested in digging into SwiftUI for iOS.

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Continue to learn elixir

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  • Rust
    We recently started using Rust at work for some internal tooling and I’ve been interested in Rust for awhile. So I figure now’s time. Hopefully we’ll do a book club for Rust In Action soon @AstonJ but for now I’m diving into rustlings. It’s fun!

  • Swift
    I’ve written a few scripts in Swift and SwiftUI looks great. I’ve even heard of some dev writing quick personal tools with SwiftUI instead making CLIs or scripts.

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Next? Hahahahaha, I’ve been slloooooowwwwwwwwwwly learning Elixir over the past several years, and I’m semi-retired so I probably won’t invest a lot of time in learning too much new. (On the other claw, top of the retirement destination list right now is Lisbon, so I am learning Portuguese.) Could definitely stand to bone up on OTP though, and learn the latest changes in Phoenix. (And get better with macros, behaviors, protocols, and so on.)

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Learning Lua because my 13-year old son is heavy into Roblox mods and learning Python because my son likes Python. :nerd_face: Glad I’m learning both - Python because it’s the defacto standard scripting language in almost every 3d application which I use heavily as a medical illustrator. Lua because I’m taking this course for fun with Gustavo Pezzi, Learn How to Make a Game Engine with C++ SDL and Lua.

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A bit of trivia: Lua was adopted by LucasArts in 1998 as a scripting language for their 2d games such as Escape from Monkey Island. The game designers even incorporated the name ‘Lua’ in their game (see image). :nerd_face:

MonkeyIslandLuaBar

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oak, my company is planning to move the expressjs stack to oak

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Been meaning to sit down and really learn SwiftUI for a while now.

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Haskell for me. The pool of job is quit inexistant in France but it worth it I guess.

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