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    The survey is aimed at everyone, whether you’ve never heard of Nim before, used it previously but stopped or are using it day-to-day, we want your feedback :)

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      I can only but recommend giving Nim a try. It features a Python-like syntax that compiles to C to binary, and is so easy to get started with. And once you dig deeper there’s a lot of amazing stuff to discover there!

      (I also filled out the survey)

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        I’ve been hearing a lot about Nim lately. As a fan of Python and someone who does a lot of embedded C/C++ development, I’m quite intrigued!

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          If that’s your background, do check it out cuz people like you are a good test of its claims. I’m especially interested in how much it can or can’t improve on how you use C and/or C++.