've decided to learn a functional programming language. I enjoyed in college so have considered and maybe a dilect. Some friends have tried to conince me to go with , especially because I already do a lot of work in . I do appreciate the elegant Lisp syntax and its rich history.

@austinseraphin
Both Cojure and Elixir are wonderful in their own ways. Another AWESOME functional language to add to your quiver is Elm. It's small, simple, and makes a great front-end choice to compliment a Ruby/Rails back-end.

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