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This week we’re joined by Louis Pilfold, the creator of the Gleam programming language. For the uninitiated, Gleam is a functional programming language for building type-safe systems that compiles to Erlang and JavaScript and it’s written in Rust. We discuss the inspiration and development of Gleam, how it compares to other languages, where it shines, the overwhelming amount of support Louis is getting through GitHub sponsors, what’s next for Gleam and their near-term plans for a language server.

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  • FireHydrantThe alerting and on-call tool designed for humans, not systems. Signals puts teams at the center, giving you ultimate control over rules, policies, and schedules. No need to configure your services or do wonky work-arounds. Signals filters out the noise, alerting you only on what matters. Manage coverage requests and on-call notifications effortlessly within Slack. But here’s the game-changer…Signals natively integrates with FireHydrant’s full incident management suite, so as soon as you’re alerted you can seamlessly kickoff and manage your entire incident inside a single platform. Learn more or switch today at firehydrant.com/signals
  • Cloudflare – Read the Developer Week 2024 wrap-up or tune into Developer Week on Cloudflare TV.
  • imgproxy – imgproxy is open source an optimizes images for the web on the fly. It makes websites and apps blazing fast while saving storage and SaaS costs. It uses the world’s fastest image processing library under the hood — libvips. It is screaming fast and has a tiny memory footprint.
  • Factor50% off Factor ready-made meals! Pick your ready-made meals, choose from 35+ fresh, never-frozen meals and 55+ add-ons, every week. Gourmet chefs prepare your meals, so you can enjoy more of your time to focus! Heat, eat & enjoy — No prep. No mess. Factor meals arrive ready to heat and eat in 2 minutes. Learn more at factormeals.com/changelog50

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Capitole

1. This week on The Changelog (00:00:00)

2. Sponsor: FireHydrant (00:01:31)

3. Start the show! (00:03:52)

4. Louis' first language (00:06:32)

5. Forcing our personal tastes (00:09:29)

6. We're taste functions (00:10:32)

7. Be a jack of all trades (00:14:21)

8. What is Gleam? (00:16:08)

9. Gleam for web? (00:18:07)

10. Why two compilers? (00:22:29)

11. Sponsor: Cloudflare (00:26:01)

12. Erlang to Rust (00:28:23)

13. Gleam for compilers? (00:30:36)

14. What is Louis building? (00:34:03)

15. It's a Cargo cult (00:37:08)

16. Gleam vs TypeScript (00:44:10)

17. Sponsor: imgproxy (00:46:09)

18. Sponsor: Factor (00:49:37)

19. Tons of support on GitHub Sponsors (00:51:31)

20. Next level for Gleam? (00:56:52)

21. Gleam vs Go (01:04:32)

22. Gleam's language server (01:07:41)

23. Go to gleam.run (01:11:03)

24. Adam is Louis' favorite (01:13:28)

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This week we’re joined by Louis Pilfold, the creator of the Gleam programming language. For the uninitiated, Gleam is a functional programming language for building type-safe systems that compiles to Erlang and JavaScript and it’s written in Rust. We discuss the inspiration and development of Gleam, how it compares to other languages, where it shines, the overwhelming amount of support Louis is getting through GitHub sponsors, what’s next for Gleam and their near-term plans for a language server.

Leave us a comment

Changelog++ members save 12 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today!

Sponsors:

  • FireHydrantThe alerting and on-call tool designed for humans, not systems. Signals puts teams at the center, giving you ultimate control over rules, policies, and schedules. No need to configure your services or do wonky work-arounds. Signals filters out the noise, alerting you only on what matters. Manage coverage requests and on-call notifications effortlessly within Slack. But here’s the game-changer…Signals natively integrates with FireHydrant’s full incident management suite, so as soon as you’re alerted you can seamlessly kickoff and manage your entire incident inside a single platform. Learn more or switch today at firehydrant.com/signals
  • Cloudflare – Read the Developer Week 2024 wrap-up or tune into Developer Week on Cloudflare TV.
  • imgproxy – imgproxy is open source an optimizes images for the web on the fly. It makes websites and apps blazing fast while saving storage and SaaS costs. It uses the world’s fastest image processing library under the hood — libvips. It is screaming fast and has a tiny memory footprint.
  • Factor50% off Factor ready-made meals! Pick your ready-made meals, choose from 35+ fresh, never-frozen meals and 55+ add-ons, every week. Gourmet chefs prepare your meals, so you can enjoy more of your time to focus! Heat, eat & enjoy — No prep. No mess. Factor meals arrive ready to heat and eat in 2 minutes. Learn more at factormeals.com/changelog50

Featuring:

Show Notes:

Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!

  continue reading

Capitole

1. This week on The Changelog (00:00:00)

2. Sponsor: FireHydrant (00:01:31)

3. Start the show! (00:03:52)

4. Louis' first language (00:06:32)

5. Forcing our personal tastes (00:09:29)

6. We're taste functions (00:10:32)

7. Be a jack of all trades (00:14:21)

8. What is Gleam? (00:16:08)

9. Gleam for web? (00:18:07)

10. Why two compilers? (00:22:29)

11. Sponsor: Cloudflare (00:26:01)

12. Erlang to Rust (00:28:23)

13. Gleam for compilers? (00:30:36)

14. What is Louis building? (00:34:03)

15. It's a Cargo cult (00:37:08)

16. Gleam vs TypeScript (00:44:10)

17. Sponsor: imgproxy (00:46:09)

18. Sponsor: Factor (00:49:37)

19. Tons of support on GitHub Sponsors (00:51:31)

20. Next level for Gleam? (00:56:52)

21. Gleam vs Go (01:04:32)

22. Gleam's language server (01:07:41)

23. Go to gleam.run (01:11:03)

24. Adam is Louis' favorite (01:13:28)

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