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Why don't you mention languages? Let me state a thing or two about programming languages.

One big reason for people liking Perl is that it's a quick, compact language. I'm glad I know a little perl, but still I'm fearing the demise of Perl. Both Python and Java have gained on Perl since January 2000. I might consider switching to another language if this trend persists.

But whatever language I'll use - I don't need to get any better at debugging or testing, and my programming ways don't need to change. I'm serious about that. my achievements have been absolutely satisfying both in business and at home. Why should I change the winning strategy?

Where do you want to go toady today?


In reply to Re^2: What do you call yourself? by Wassercrat
in thread What do you call yourself? by bassplayer

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