@don Cool! Very much the same - at work, I mainly write with JS, TypeScript, PHP, and a little Java. At home, I usually write with JS and PHP, and I'm planning to learn more about Ruby and Rust as my next languages to learn, then to cycle back to Python. Though I am a master of none!
Much the same - I prefer functional.
Though, most of my day job entails maintaining either a Java inheritance mess, or procedural PHP using sessions for credentials 😢
@Charged_Neon Nice! Ruby is really nice. I spent years using it just before NodeJS hit the scene. Any language that was created for "developer happiness" has to be great, right? 😺
Python is good too, but I'm convinced the more I learn about Rust the better I'll become as a dev. Something about it's ownership model really resonates with me.
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