For me its:
I guess you mean Haskell, hehe. Is it fairly similar to Elixir? And Elm is heavily based on it right?
There are some similarities between Haskell and elixir. Functional languages, pattern matching, etc.
Haskell is static typed.
Elm has many more similarities, including similar syntax. Elm is much more approachable, by design.
Not technically languages, but due to learning Elixir/Phoenix I’m now studying React/Redux (thanks to the awesome Phoenix Trello tribute, which is a great way to dive into Phoenix generally). Also checking out Elm (thanks to advice from Elixir community members in my state).
Nice to see that all of us so far have mentioned Elm
Currently I’m in erlang, Haskell, Java, C, and of course Elixir, while I do
enjoy Erlang and Elixir the most.
Nov 15, 2016: I just got interested in Purescript.
Links (alphabetical order):
some interest in F# since my work is a Windows shop and our application tier is .Net… but I find it hard to embrace Windows development being a hardcore Linux guy. I know .Net is xplatform now but most of the tooling and all of my company workstations are Windows so it’s moot.
Golang - was getting started on that but have since been a little turned off. The community spends so much time arguing about what is “idiomatic Go” that I think they are stifling package development.
Elm/Purescript - functional in the browser is interesting to me. I tend to avoid front end stuff, though, so I haven’t really pursued this much.
Frameworks: AngularJS, Ionic, Phoenix, Rails.
I’ve heard about React. What is it exactly?
After I have a good grasp of Elixir I’ve been thinking into getting into one of the following languages:
Haskell (had one semester of it at university and loved it)
Elm Elm Elm! @sashaafm At least, that is the language I am going to learn next (and is also going to be another in the forum family - so you’ll have great place to talk about your experiences )
python - first version was 2.2, using it since then
now learning elixir
interested in rust
Elm, F#, Purescript, Haskell, LFE (Lisp Flavored Erlang), Elixir is still my favorite out of all of them. I do C# for a living but I don’t find it very interesting
Use at work:
Really loving the diverse backgrounds of all our members. It’s also very encouraging to see so many of us interested in Elm
Btw I have added two new fields to our profiles:
- Languages you have used
- Languages you are interested in
As this might be handy when replying to threads (such as this one)