Tim Holloway wrote:If you're like Amazon and don't mind random massive hour-long outages. ... Last bank I worked at...
Tim Holloway wrote:That would be a change from the current setup where the git server gets polled every 5 minutes and does a generic build when any change gets committed without regard to deployability.
Sebastian Makowiecki wrote:Thank you. Indeed an interesting thought to learn a bit of Haskell - never crossed my mind actually.
I actually hoped at least some of the LISP dialects would come up, happy to see Clojure on the list. Conceptually LISP is such an appealing yet so intimidating concept I am always too afraid to go at it as a result. I goota though since it will make me a better person no doubt.
R.J. Arzki wrote:specific scripting/programming language, like Groovy
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Peter Sommerhoff wrote:could you share which resources you meant? Were those suitable for programming beginners?