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Reason...because I want it to become the standard way of coding React apps and every recruit helps...
C0D4422163dAll of the above.
They all have their purpose and use cases, and as a developer / programmer you should not be restrained to a language but to a greater level of knowledge to use many languages to solve your problems where appropriate.
What is the use case? What are you hoping to achieve?
vane52462dLearn C++ because you can write python modules with it.
I recommend boost python. It has nice api.
mt3o18572dRust or Go or Scala.
perotti9782dGiven your profile, you might want to go with c++ purely because you code on Windows. But you could code everything else as well.
I recommend Go to everyone simply because it has a low learning curve with high value being added to performance and practices via Go strucslts&interfaces
And you can use web assembly with c++ and you have web development
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