Nim programming language finally hit 1.0

Chris wendlec at
Thu Sep 26 10:40:12 UTC 2019

On Thursday, 26 September 2019 at 06:14:24 UTC, Paulo Pinto wrote:

> Definitely, on my case what D offered me, not available in 
> either in Java or .NET, has in the mean time been sorted out.


> Trying to cater to the crowds that flock to the systems 
> language of the month is damaging for D's future, at the end 
> the only thing left is patting each other in the back while 
> asserting "language X might have won, but D had it first".

Thanks for this brief summary. My experience is similar (more 
along the lines of Java/Kotlin and now with the addition of 
GraalVM). Your last paragraph sums it all up. D doesn't know 
which path to take, yet randomness and whimsicality are exactly 
what you don't want when you develop software.

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