So are we learning or are we wanting to build something? Can it be both? Do we even have the right expectations and goals set? Let's talk it out.
So which is it, learning or building?
Yep I bought a book.
What I haven’t done is buy the Rust book, but I have put it in my shopping cart several times.
So what do I want out of a language? Thought it might be a good exercise to write down what I actually want to get out of this exploratory phase I’m in.
So with the book, you build a basic web app, it even touches rabbitMQ, which I’ve never played with. Auth, email sending, and pg for data persistence.
My goal is to apply some of the theory that we’ve picked up so far,
transform the examples in the book from mono-repo to lambda functions,
and if it sticks build it out into an indie web api ?
Don’t call it a pivot.
Opinionated Guide to Haskell 2018 by Alexis King