Should I learn it? If yes then which?

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  • SAFE.Simplified

    A lightweight alternative template of SAFE for happy cross-IDE full-stack F# development

    There are several "full-stack" (for some these could even be kitchen sinks) F# templates: https://github.com/Zaid-Ajaj/SAFE.Simplified one can start with such a template and enjoy a good IDE experience. Because of this, I think your statement of "Scala is effectively the only option" rings untrue.

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    Lightweight, modular, and extensible library for functional programming.

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