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I have been learning / developing JavaScript (nodejs and the whole world around it) and I have to say that I love JavaScript 😍 but I would like to learn something new. Something completely different from web-development. I also have some experience in Java / Python so also something different than that.

Any ideas? :)

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  • 5
    Maybe a .NET language like C# or Visual Basics
  • 2
    @Tobey nah sorry, not really my stuff 😅
  • 1
    Loving something and looking for something new sounds pretty odd to me.

    i would suggest to find the limits of whats possible with javascript.

    Ever tried Electron - Framework oder NativeScript?
  • 1
    React seems like the perfect solution for this
  • 1
    @joostdelange I have used react before, I would like to do something totally different from web-development
  • 1
    @tkdmatze I have tried react-native
  • 1
    Haskell
  • 0
    @mzeffect any good resources for Haskell / functional programming in general ?
  • 0
    @404response not sure I'm not into haskell much, but I remember something called learn yourself a haskell.. Is an online book, free too!
  • 0
    Completely different uh? Data science, embedded systems.
  • 0
    I’m currently learning Rust and I’m enjoying it a lot. New concepts to deal with than in web and it’s really fun. They have a great tutorial on their website that you can follow. You get to do coding as well so it’s not only reading.
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    I'm kind of in the same seat, and is currently learning C++.
  • 0
    Kotlin?
    You could do mobile to move to something different than web dev
  • 0
    You could learn C++ & OpenGL if you want to spice things up 🤔
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