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D Is Awesome
Dec 04
D
Dec 04
Sergey
Dec 04
D
Dec 06
Sergey
Dec 06
Mike Shah
Dec 07
aberba
Dec 06
Andrew
Dec 04
aberba
December 04

I have been silently following this forum for a long time. Learning the D language and developing myself in this area has been a very exciting experience. In this process, learning and applying new things is really enjoyable. I am grateful to the creators of the D language and everyone who has contributed to it. Thank you for your existence and efforts.

I love the D language more compared to other languages I use. I didn't have enough experience to offer this language to my clients in my professional life, but now I plan to use it as the default language in both our own systems and our clients' systems. I hope the value of the D language will be more widely recognized in the coming days. Thank you all again.

December 04

On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 17:31:54 UTC, D wrote:

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I have been silently following this forum for a long time. Learning the D language and developing myself in this area has been a very exciting experience. In this process, learning and applying new things is really enjoyable. I am grateful to the creators of the D language and everyone who has contributed to it. Thank you for your existence and efforts.

I love the D language more compared to other languages I use. I didn't have enough experience to offer this language to my clients in my professional life, but now I plan to use it as the default language in both our own systems and our clients' systems. I hope the value of the D language will be more widely recognized in the coming days. Thank you all again.

Nice. What kind of systems are you talking about?
And btw are you using libraries? Which ones if "yes"?

December 04

On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 17:37:20 UTC, Sergey wrote:

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Nice. What kind of systems are you talking about?
And btw are you using libraries? Which ones if "yes"?

Currently, my focus is on web-based projects. I am conducting my work using Handy Httpd and enhancing my knowledge in Socket programming. With what I've learned, I'm trying to develop my own experimental Web Framework in the D language.

Additionally, I am working on a identity management system and an educational platform. My goal is to integrate my services into the D language and launch these systems live in the early days of the new year.

December 04

On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 17:31:54 UTC, D wrote:

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I have been silently following this forum for a long time. Learning the D language and developing myself in this area has been a very exciting experience. In this process, learning and applying new things is really enjoyable. I am grateful to the creators of the D language and everyone who has contributed to it. Thank you for your existence and efforts.

I love the D language more compared to other languages I use. I didn't have enough experience to offer this language to my clients in my professional life, but now I plan to use it as the default language in both our own systems and our clients' systems. I hope the value of the D language will be more widely recognized in the coming days. Thank you all again.

Awesome.

December 04
Thank you for the inspiring words!
December 06

On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 23:45:00 UTC, D wrote:

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On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 17:37:20 UTC, Sergey wrote:
Currently, my focus is on web-based projects. I am conducting my work using Handy Httpd and enhancing my knowledge in Socket programming.

Oh nice. Handy gives me mixed feelings..
If we don't take into account Vibe (which is horrible huge monster), Handy has the best web-site and documentation (definitely). But it has some issues with performance, which I saw in one of the benchmark. But probably I need to test it by myself better.

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With what I've learned, I'm trying to develop my own experimental Web Framework in the D language.

This is also confused, like we have in D world several Web Frameworks. Like more than 5 are "alive" and getting updates recently, and there are 3 abandoned (but with low effort probably could be fixed). And 1 new (which is still too young and support only linux). And also some experimental Photon thing.. like why another one?

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Additionally, I am working on a identity management system and an educational platform. My goal is to integrate my services into the D language and launch these systems live in the early days of the new year.

Interesting. I had an idea to port RPC framework (which we are lacking now in D ecosystem). But I haven't got any targets.. so maybe your case could be suitable, in case you decide to go with micro-service architecture.

December 06

On Wednesday, 6 December 2023 at 10:14:03 UTC, Sergey wrote:

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With what I've learned, I'm trying to develop my own experimental Web Framework in the D language.

That's great -- experimentation is an important part of the learning process!

December 06

On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 23:45:00 UTC, D wrote:

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On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 17:37:20 UTC, Sergey wrote:

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Nice. What kind of systems are you talking about?
And btw are you using libraries? Which ones if "yes"?

Currently, my focus is on web-based projects. I am conducting my work using Handy Httpd and enhancing my knowledge in Socket programming. With what I've learned, I'm trying to develop my own experimental Web Framework in the D language.

Eyyyy, thanks for the shoutout! I was actually working this morning on improving the worker pool and queue implementation for it, now that the api is stable.

December 07

On Wednesday, 6 December 2023 at 10:14:03 UTC, Sergey wrote:

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On Monday, 4 December 2023 at 23:45:00 UTC, D wrote:

Oh nice. Handy gives me mixed feelings..
If we don't take into account Vibe (which is horrible huge monster), ...

Not sure what makes vibe.d horrible for you but as a professional web developer, I don't see anything wrong with vibe.d compared to what's used out there in the industry. Vibe.d is more capable that something like Express.js which is super popular in JavaScript world.