|I've been programming in nodejs, js is fine but eco system has become toxic. Highly unstable, incohesive, probably insecure, and just painful.|
You're lost orchestrating a dozen of libraries with conflicting dependcies and configuration that's in flux.
I'm done with webpack, typescript, loser react eco system where you drag 10 libraries through your code as soon you learn them only for them to become obsolete in 5 months, done with docker/image, done with Babel and its plugins, done with graph ql, redux... Just random bs stuck together aphazardly
I plan to leave js and thus front end development altogether. So my question is what is a good choice for backend language, ecosystem and all. Where things come , if not batteries included, then at minimum designed intelligently to work together.
I used to care about performance, but I'm open to compromise now. Car's speed doesn't matter if it breaks down every other mile.
I'm leaning towards python, Ruby, and go