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Re^2: Slow evolution of Perl = Perl is a closed Word

by Errto (Vicar)
on Sep 01, 2007 at 05:30 UTC ( #636476=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Slow evolution of Perl = Perl is a closed Word
in thread Slow evolution of Perl = Perl is a closed Word

It's a known fact that not a single competent, experienced, skilled programmer in the world uses an IDE, nor has used one at any point in his or her career.

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<borat>NOT!</borat>

I agree it's a personal preference. For me, if I'm working on a project with 30 different source files, I really like being able to move to the one I want to look at next with a single click and run a build with a single keypress. If that makes me an idiot, I guess I'm an idiot.

Update: Apparently I am thick and can't recognize a joke. In my defense, though, I have seen the "IDEs are stupid as is anyone who uses them" theme pop up here from time to time.


Comment on Re^2: Slow evolution of Perl = Perl is a closed Word
Re^3: Slow evolution of Perl = Perl is a closed Word
by EvanCarroll (Chaplain) on Sep 01, 2007 at 05:46 UTC
    Idiot.

    ;)


    Evan Carroll
    www.EvanCarroll.com
Re^3: Slow evolution of Perl = Perl is a closed Word (i b4 e)
by tye (Cardinal) on Sep 01, 2007 at 05:57 UTC

    It's spelled "IDEot", you idiot.

    I disagree with ChemBoy. I'm sure there are at least two reasons one would downvote syphilis:

    1. One is an "IDEot" and is offended
    2. One is an idiot and didn't "get" the joke

    Though, the most likely reason is probably that one didn't appreciate the joke, as I'm sure some won't appreciate mine either.

    - tye        

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