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The Crystal Programming Language
I'm still writing Ruby in 2023 and even released some new versions of some of my libraries. I'm optimistic about Hanami and hope it will breath some new life/energy into the Ruby community. I also learned Crystal, which has Ruby-ish syntax and familiar stdlib but compiled, with Strong Typing, macros, generics, Go-style concurrency, etc. If performance is a requirement and Ruby isn't cutting it, then I'll bust out Crystal as my secret weapon.
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It's been around for a while under development. It had it's 1.0.0 release in March 2021. There's been two (online) Crystal conferences, and there's two Crystal books published. There's a decent ecosystem of "shards" and there are a couple of Crystal web frameworks and ORMS that are similar to Sinatra or Rails-like. If you already know Ruby, learning Crystal is super easy.
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