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I like C# because it's elegent without being verbose, and becomes better with each version. I've been using it professionally for some time now and feel pretty happy with it.
I use C# for all my IoT projects and my native apps (Xamarin). It has a very big ecosystem and frameworks like ASP.NET Core can be used as a very good alternative to Node.js.
C# is one of the most used languages at client sites I work with. I'm glad I can share my knowledge with you as you pick up this valuable tool.
Software crafter, legacy code wrestler. I help companies get things done without shooting themselves in the foot and teach others how to do it. I use C# professionaly.
I have used C# for several projects professionally. I enjoy the language for its support of elegant solutions. Especially as it matures.
I am a developer with a passion for learning new languages. C# is a well-designed and expressive language that I love programming in.
Being on the language since day 0 and used it for all sorts of tasks, from video games, to robotics. I love to network and help.
I’m C# / .NET software developer and architect. My commercial adventure with software started in 2006 but it was my PASSION even before that.
I love C# for its simplicity and consistency. I use C# in building Mobile apps through Xamarin, building Web and Desktop applications.
I am happy to help. Crystal is a beautiful language that is also very fast.
C++ always has a trick up its sleeve
Considered for a new version of the legacy System I'm working with, a coworker presented Clojure to me and we found early it helps a lot on keeping complexity low with a systemic aproach to software projects. We have used in some prototypes. Still learning all I can of it, I hope I could share some knowledege of it by mentoring and learn at the same time.
I love C because despite the prevalence of high-level languages, C continues to empower the world. I mostly code in C and also use it for open source projects.
C (or rather C++) are the languages which pay my rent. I've been using, loving and hating them since about 1999, when I got involved with the KDE (https://www.kde.org) project.
I'm a Canadian (based in Chicago) freelance golang, C and python developer working on projects within the gaming, finance and data-science worlds respectively. My favorite freetime task is coding challenges and I'm more than happy to help people talk through solutions!
I'll take C over assembly any day.
I am extremely fond of *nix systems, especially GNU + Linux (the combined OS). BASH lets me truly unlock my system's potential. As a student of BASH myself, I look to learn and share, so you can 'unlock' your system, too.
I've used various Unixes on the desktop for around 20 years, and now work as a systems engineer, mainly with Linux systems. Along the way I've picked up bit of shell script.
Find me mentoring in person or online. Everyone starts somewhere! Contact me to pair program!