Elm was my first contact with functional programming and I am loving since I started using it. I wanna thank @evancz for making and maintaining Elm and for having the courage to do things differently. Learning Elm made me a better developer and also brought me a lot of joy at work.
I wanna thank @rtfeldman for his sharing his excitement in talks and in discussions. Especially his “Making impossible state impossible” talk, which really influenced me when I first watched it. It still does every time I design a new type in an Elm app.
I wanna thank @avh4 for elm-format, @ilias for lots of great advice I have received directly or indirectly on slack. @robin.heggelund for cool improvements around Elm, @razze for the Elm LS which I use every day.
To my last two employers, who both finally gave in to my nagging about wanting to use Elm at work. It brought me great joy and I’ll make sure you won’t regret that.
Lastly, thanks for all the great people in the community and everyone I didn’t mention explicitly, especially those who interact with me basically on a daily basis. I appreciate you.