@longhorns me either, i actually asked a friend for good monty python references i could use to name the project :P
i actually started out by writing the site in haskell, using the yesod web framework - "yesod" is hebrew for "foundation", so i called that version "lebd", hebrew for "alone"
the python version is a little less clever 😉
@longhorns haskell is a /purely/ functional language, which makes it a joy to work in except when you want to do something the libraries don't support :o https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46598493/yesod-auth-how-to-require-second-factor-authentication is why i abandoned lebd and switched over to django, which makes everything /way/ easier if less elegant
@00dani honestly the most advanced thing I've ever made in any programming language is a chat client I made in Python that only lets you send messages after the other user is done typing LMAO
that, and I made a procedurally generating 2d block world in unity. it's surprisingly fun and super easy wh3n you look at it
that was c# tho