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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
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.
Learning ML, to make use of new Nx extension to Elixir.
Extremely exciting to learn Elixir as I haven’t dealt with any functional programming topics previously, but the concepts have been aligning naturally
Elixir Nx and maybe Nerves.
Hi, I’m interested in digging into SwiftUI for iOS.
Continue to learn elixir
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!
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.
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. 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.
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).
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.
Haskell for me. The pool of job is quit inexistant in France but it worth it I guess.
Im going to enroll into College again after 15yrs gap.
And also want to learn Maths while keeping programming in mind.
And during working hours I using Nodejs and Typedi, so I’m looking forward to work on Nest framework