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Can I just hop on here to say that this is the most gloriously civil end to a discussion that I've ever seen on the internet.

I hope you were not being sarcastic. πŸ˜‚ Anyway, there's no point in arguing beyond a point. We need people who refuse to tow the line and persist with new technologies and ideas, because ultimately they bring the change. Today this is happening with the Elixir community (and maybe even Serverless and NoSQL), and a decade down the line we'll all be thankful for it.

πŸ˜‡ Cool, because I was pretty damned worked up during that exchange. πŸ˜›

Today this is happening with the Elixir community
That Elixir is better than everything else? I do admit, it looks like a nice language but that probably because I like Ruby.

Again, "better than everything else" is a fallacy. Some techs are fundamentally better at some things than the others, but mass adoption is also important. Elixir is a near-perfect ecosystem for web development, and it's waiting for enough Ruby businesses to cross over.

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