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I started a course on Swift, but didn’t finish (lack of free time )
As @DevotionGeo I could see myself getting (back) into Erlang and Rust as well.
Rust and Haskell. I wanted to learn them since a while but never found enough free time to really start…
I’d like to build a project using the Nerves framework on a RPi in Elixir
I imagine rust lang because I saw many people doing blog posts, talks, content talking about the best scenario to combine elixir and rust…
This is my updated list
- Finish learning Phoenix
- Learn TypeScript and one frontend framework (probably Svelte and possibly NativeScript)
- Learn Erlang (with Programming Erlang and Kent University’s MOOC)
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I also have learning Erlang on my list.
I could also use more practice with GenServers and OTP. I can program in Elixir, and put things together in Phoenix, but I still can’t build anything on top of a bare GenServer without my nose stuck in a reference work the entire time.
Hi, my objetive this year is to learn elixir, so that I can apply it, or at least try it, in the company where I work.
I am a Python programmer, and I find interesting all the tools that elixir provides that avoid using additional services for most of the developments (redis, celery, etc.), in addition to the support to concurrence.
Let’s see how the year goes.
Apache Groovy because it is used in Gradle build scripts and Jenkins pipelines
I used to write tons of bash years ago, but for past few years it was always either python, or JS, or C# or powershell, or go, or elixir.
about 2 weeks ago I had to write quite complex bash script, and I realized, I have forgotten it! So need to learn it again
Hoping to learn F# and functional programming this year
Swift is my next language to learn.
Continue to learn elixir
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
Elixir and phoenix is on my list
- Kotlin + Spring Boot 2,0 (I’ve heard that it’s very quick to build a CRUD app)
- Rust + Rocket (I’ve heard that it’s very fast)
- Elixir + Phoenix (heard trhat it can build massively big website)
Learning game development using C.