Only LaTeX, but it’s Turing Complete, so that counts, right?
:hand with fingers splayed: programmer mostly working with Clojure here
I thought I was until I became a YAML engineer :crying cat:
Do students of programming count too? If so, then I enrol myself to this list as well. Programming mostly in C/C++. Using Python for scripting together with POSIX shell preferably. And of course a few others here and there.
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I am quite surprised, too. I have just assumed there will be some but have never thought it will be that much. Interesting outcome. It makes sense, though, when you look at the most active communities here on Lemmy – majority of those is about Linux and/or programming.
I’m mostly self taught, but with some high school and university classes sprinkled in. I plan to pursue computer science once I finish my current degree though.
Me! Employed as a Node.js developer currently (for 3+ years) but I’d much rather be working in Rust which I work with on my own time. I’m especially interested in Rust + Wasm at the moment.
I program in mostly C99 and Rust for big projects, and POSIX sh and Python 3 for scripting and smaller projects
Just wondering, why c99?
Big projects in Rust?
That’s nice, i wish there was more adoption of the language.
I think there will be. For example, Microsoft is testing it to possibly incorporate it in critical parts of Windows
I am. I do .NET desktop apps at my job. At home, I mess around a lot with random bits, mostly in C# because it’s familiar (I do like the direction the language has been going though).
Awesome! Yeah I’ve been messing with AvaloniaUI lately, which is an attempt to make a WPF-like framework that is cross platform. It does some neat stuff like CSS style selectors that are making it feel like a big improvement over WPF.
I’m not, I’d love to be but I don’t have the patience to sit for hours and work that shit out.
Ruby, Python, Go, Rust, lisp, few others sprinkled in.
I am. I work primarily with Clojure.
I highly recommend trying it out sometime. I’ve been working with it for around a decade now, and in that time I haven’t seen a language I’d rather be using. Here are some beginner resources my team uses for onboarding if you do decide to dive into it. :)
I do .NET and Angular development right now.
I used to do angular too, I don’t dislike it as much as a lot of react devs. I especially like how the tutorials have you structure services and types as separate from the UI templates.
I completely lucked into. I maintain web APIs in .NET and the Angular guy left. A couple pluralsight videos later and I’m a .NET and Angular guy. I don’t mind it. Right now I’m just a year into my dev career and very much in the “Just happy to be here” stage.
Kinda. I’m a retrocomputing enthusiast who’s passingly familiar with BASIC. I’ve written a few little games, mostly to share with friends. So I guess my answer is that I’m not not a programmer?
I’m a polyglot programmer here
Can program ok in C/ASM. Python for doing stuff quickly.
I usually program in Rust or C/C++. I also know Java, C#, PHP, JS and some other languages mainly used for web development, but I almost never use them unless I have to for school because I don’t really like working in them.
C# goon here. Trying to relearn c, when the last time I used it was C90 standard in college. Want to relearn it so I can write something for a very particular older processor (that can’t support c++ if my research is correct).
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