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Re: My cow-orkers mostly...

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 18, 2005 at 14:48 UTC ( #423044=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to My cow-orkers mostly...

Java guys despise it and want to go on holy crusades against it, cool hacker types that like to get things done love it, hardware/firmware types are like "umh, what's that"... I'd like to rewrite my managers in Perl.


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Re^2: My cow-orkers mostly...
by exussum0 (Vicar) on Jan 19, 2005 at 16:46 UTC
    Thanks for the generalization. Those of us who are hybdid programmers must all hate what we do then... But I like what I do, therefore, I don't exist. Crap.

    Update: The alternate version of this is (thanks to L~R point it out), should be, sorry to hear your java guys are like that and sorry if I did misunderstand. If you meant that about all, my post still stands :)

    ----
    Give me strength for today.. I will not talk it away..
    Just for a moment.. It will burn through the clouds.. and shine down on me.

      sporty,
      We obviously didn't parse the AM's statement the same way. Since the title of the poll is My cow-orkers mostly..., I read it as:

      Of my cow-orkers, the Java guys despise..
      The opinion that this was not a generalization but a distinct select group became stronger when I read the last sentence: I'd like to rewrite my managers in Perl

      The word 'my' ne 'all'. In any case, I agree that in general, people make a lot of generalizations on things offend the group as a whole or at least individuals that do not fit the generalization. I just didn't see that happening here.

      Cheers - L~R

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