@ekaitz_zarraga yep, I am. Both professionally and by choice in my free time.
@zatnosk OH BY CHOICE.
@ekaitz_zarraga yeah; it's a language I know well, it's easy to hack stuff together in, and it's focused on webstuff, which makes everything below HTTP entirely invisible, but still semi-available.
Basically, it's great for sketching web services, that I can later implement safely in Rust ;)
@zatnosk Well played with that final plot twist :D
Hey! There are children in here!
@rick_777 Where? I don't see them?
@ekaitz_zarraga @rick_777 I have it on good authority (https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/2111241/zander-nation-dj-schoolkids-chant-here-we-fing-go-glasgow/) that Glaswegian kids start swearing before they're 10 years old ^_^
(I was talking about "PHP", BTW )
@rick_777 I was suspecting that.
@sirikon Yeah I more or less agree and I like what PHP did for programming, bringing a lot of young people to programming. But I was just asking: is anyone doing php nowadays?
@sirikon I know, but: WHY? I mean, nowadays we have enough alternatives!
@sirikon php still needs recompilation, but I don't get what you mean by the first.
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