[Bglug] Small poll

Anthony Morassutti moralater9 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 16 10:20:17 EST 2021


Oops, just saw William's message. Was hidden in the spam filter.

> Ubuntu at work, Slackware at home.  I should upgrade to Kubuntu, but don't have time or desparate enough.

Why do you thiunk you should upgrade to Kubuntu?

> Programming wise, C and Python, and looking for something new and
> better.  Still looking.  I wouldn't call Shell a programming language,
> but I used the most at work.

Well, I've heard good things about Rust and Nim (I've heard the Linux
kernel is even accepting some development in Rust).

On 16/01/2021, Anthony Morassutti <moralater9 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, thanks for all your answers. :)
>
> I forgot to say, those polls were for a school assignment in math
> (surverying), I won't use your name but if you don't want to be a part
> of it just tell me and I won't count your answer. These further
> questions are not for school; they're just for my curiousity. :)
>
>> I was actually a Debian package maintainer in 1999/2000.
>
> Wow that's pretty cool! Is it a difficult job?
>
>> Sadly, almost all my programming in the last four years has been bash
>> scripting. I wish could claim something better.
>
> I actually want to learn bash, while I use zsh for my shell I still
> would want compatibility with just bash. It's a decent language imo.
>
>> In terms of compiled languages the primary one I use is C.
>> And of scripting langauges bash and node are the primary ones.
>
> I do want to learn C but I just can't wrap my head around it. How's
> Node like? I've heard it's pretty good.
>
>> Haskell, C#, Python, C++, C.
>
> I've heard good things about Haskell and C# but a lot of hate seems to
> go on C++. What's your opinion on C++?
>
>> I mostly program embedded systems, mostly in C.
>
> That sounds cool. What kind of embedded systems?
>
> On 16/01/2021, Brad Rodriguez <brad at bradrodriguez.com> wrote:
>> Debian on the desktop, Linux Mint on the laptop.
>>
>> I mostly program embedded systems, mostly in C.
>>
>> - Brad
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