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Re^5: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?

by Cop
on Oct 04, 2007 at 18:45 UTC ( #642735=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?
in thread Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?

"Unless you've designed and/or implemented a high level language that's widely used, I can guarantee you that you're not the most experienced or smartest person on this site. Not even close. (Not saying I'm anywhere near close, or even more experienced / smarter than you, but it's good to know your place in the world)."

Assume I agree with your statement, where are you going to get the facts to support your statement, meaning how do you know I didn't. What if I am on the Perl 6 team (quite possible), what if I am one who contributes to Python. What if I am a SUn employee working on Java?


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