C, please die,
jacob.ritorto at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 13:48:37 CST 2014
Every programmer I know under forty loathes the mess that is Java and they
avoid it like the plague unless they're really desperate for work and
willing to be "part of the problem." I mean, unless you count Gates shills
as "programmers." Ruby seems to have displaced visual basic for the
notably green kids, while the sharper ones I've spent time with are real in
to Go because you get performance, danger and expressiveness all in one.
On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 2:30 PM, Richard Loken <richardlo at admin.athabascau.ca
> On Wed, 3 Dec 2014, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> > Well, given all of the criticism that's been brought up, shouldn't we
> > all be programming in Ada?
> And ADA seems to be pretty much dead.
> I don't understand what you guys are arguing about. Any programmer that I
> know who is under 40 only programs in one language: Java. The under age
> 40 system administrators that I know can't program in any language unless
> you call python a language.
> There was one prediction that really went wrong,
> "I don't know what the programming language of 2000 will look like
> but I know it will be called Fortran."
> Tony Hoare circa 1982
> Richard Loken VE6BSV, Unix System Administrator : "Anybody can be a
> Athabasca University : but you have to earn
> Athabasca, Alberta Canada : the title of 'daddy'"
> ** richardlo at admin.athabascau.ca ** : - Lynn Johnston
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