I am growing tired of , and .

Wonder what I could do to transition into a shop that like more interesting languages like any of the family, particularly , or functional sort of languages like or .

As I am learning and , expressing ideas in and seem tedious and somehow lack elegance.

I feel somehow trapped where I am. I fear soon I will stop learning. *sigh*


professional work in haskell requires a high level skill set, as far as I understand

Work in scheme I think is non existent

But I think you could find something for Common Lisp or Clojure !

@AbbieNormal @jamesrichardson Clojure definitely. OCaml or F# possibly ... if you are in London.

@clacke @AbbieNormal well, I'm not in London.

Janestreet is a Ocaml shop, but I'm in Manhatten either.

@AbbieNormal I think either would require relocation, which in another year or so will be more palatable.

Spread tout interests, help people, bring value in the long run you can't stay trapped!

Sign in to participate in the conversation

Server run by the main developers of the project 🐘 It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!