I think you should learn Go as it's the exact opposite of Scala but it teaches your classic procedural programming. I'm now learning Scala and Scheme after learning Go as I feel that I need to learn more about functional programming
The only problem is that I love functional 😂
Well If you can be contented with closures but no lambdas , explicit type specification in functions, no sum types etc. you will be fine!
You can do a bit of functional programming in Go: medium.com/@geisonfgfg/functional-...
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