Except for the ignominious thread about Heidi, I really
liked these three posts :)
Perl vs J2EE (Score:4, Interesting)
by Anonymous Coward on Monday August 26, @12:04PM (#4141468)
What do you think about the argument that Perl is a good language
for small/medium sized websites and Java/J2EE is what should be
used for large enterprise websites??
by Anonymous Coward on Monday August 26, @12:48PM (#4141811)
haha, go right ahead and write enterprise apps in perl..
Re:ugh (Score:1, Insightful)
by Anonymous Coward on Monday August 26, @12:59PM (#4141877)
When is the whole "enterprise" thing going to go away? I'm so sick
of that marketing e-crap terminology. Let's face it...the number
of "enterprise" sites that rely on perl far outnumbers that of
java. Put those enterprise java beans in your B2B pipe and
smoke it, marketroll.
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