There is countless tools, frameworks, and languages available out there, share with me what are you currently learning or what you wanna learn in the future i'd love to know what the community has to learn
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I'm learning Rust, after JS/TS thats is really promising language.
What do you plan on doing with it ?
command line tools, backend, maybe try some front end solution too. But already try solve few coding challenge on codewars as first learning curve.
I have been playing around with Tauri and I like it so far. You can make desktop apps with it, just like Electron but without shipping Chrome. Could be nice if you want to play with JS/TS and Rust together.
Yeah trying a new technologie is always fun and helpful
Do you have any recommendations/resources for learning how to use the Windows CMD prompt utility like a pro ? Really need to become a power user for that tool lol
I do not, sorry, because I mostly use Mac and Linux. Those can be quite similar, but are very different from Windows. It is a useful skill though. Just start using it more and take small steps.
I'm trying to learn things like node/react/next/whatever, but it's a painful process because 99% of tutorials and official documentation are out of date within minutes of publishing and flat-out don't work.
In other environments that wouldn't be too tricky to solve, but every single tool in this one is a rabbit hole of things you are constantly told not to worry about, just paste this into some config file which isn't mentioned anywhere else, then it'll work... and usually it does nothing.
I need another coffee.
You have a point, but the informations on the docs are always fresh you should stick with it
I am learning English and css :)
That's good, good luck
Best of luck! Are you learning CSS on your own, or through a course?
I learned css through the course video, then read the documentation to learn
Css can be a bit hard i struggle with it 😅,good luck
encourage together :)
If it was easy, it wouldn't be worth doing! Learning CSS is a power move, and wildly useful. I believe in you both!
Lol my, being encouraging. 😁
I'm spending time thinking through and writing about my personal workflows. My goal is to continue to extend my editor to help me connect my various bits of knowledge.
This means writing Emacs functions and writing about my personal knowledge management (PKM) system.
I'm also trying to ever up my SQL skills.
Yeah improving your editor is always a brilliant idea and that can boost your productivity by a lot, keep up the good work!
React is a great tool, and you should learn it, but not before you know how to work without it to a decent degree.
Good and also learn express and react and do some cool projects with them
Go - as I want to make some CLI binaries, I tried with nexe, pkg but there were too big in size. Also, I am interested in a project called wails (a go project to make desktop apps) so let's see how it goes.
Good luck and have then
I’m currently learning Swift.
So you doing ios development ?
I’ve been focusing a lot on iOS Development with SwiftUI, but mainly the Swift language as a whole. It’s been nice to get away from web development.
I am really enjoying the Swift language as a whole and really like how it is designed for the most part. Believe it has some features that other languages should be looking at to solve common issues with the language.
Yeah that's a good experience, keep up the great work!
I'm learning MySQL and PostgreSQL. I've only worked with MongoDB in the past.
That said, learning SQL properly makes me realize that there are knowledge gaps with my MongoDB. Not that Coding Bootcamps are bad, but they don't make you job ready. The should stop advertising that. I think they give you the tools to go start learning on your own, which is an important skill. But at least the one I went through did not make me job ready. I feel more job ready now, but that took a lot more effort on my part after the Bootcamp.
Yeah a lot of bootcamps claim that, good job you made it on your own
I'm coming from a primarily Vue.js background, so I decided to learn Svelte and SvelteKit. In some ways, Vue and Svelte are very similar but it's been interesting to see how their methodologies differ.
I started learning Next.js to use for my portfolio project. I want to build a portfolio site and since Next.js is quite useful for static pages and I already use React at work, I thought it would be great to learn in my free time!
Yeah always good learning something new
I've been reading through some data structures and algorithm text books. I've been learning golang along side reading the book, doing the example problems in golang, and doing leetcodes in golang.
It's a really nice and enjoyable language so far.
It is really fun, i plan to dive into it in the future
Currently learning Next.js.
I have fimiliarzed myself with full stack Next.js ecosystem. Now I will build a few applications to understand it even more.
Great, keep up the good work
I need to get back up to speed with Python, C#, SQL and GraphQL.
Do you have a project to do with them ?
Well at work i'm using SQL and GraphQL in one project. As for Python and C# its more for my own personal development because I would like to maintain 3 technical stacks.
Yeah good, keep learning
I learnt React ,now I'm building projects in it, might learn Next.js in near future.
The reason I write "might" coz I rarely see Next.js in Front-end job descriptions.
What do you think ?
I've switched to Next.js for a while now and I am never going back. Personally I think it's only gonna get more popular but it's just so amazing I don't even care.
Also it's based on React so I'm pretty sure the knowledge you gain transfers
yeah if you know react, nextjs is not hard at all
I think Next.js is necessary to learn because it improves seo and app performance, if you gonna built a production app with react then nextjs is necessary