[Baypiggies] April agenda?

Shannon -jj Behrens jjinux at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 22:50:02 CEST 2006

Did everyone watch the three hour "Snakes and Rubies" talk
<http://www.snakesandrubies.com/>?  After such a great talk, I think
it would be wasteful to talk anymore about Django vs. Ruby on Rails.

However, a talk about *just Ruby*, *just Python*, and *just Perl*
might still be worth having.  I'm skeptical that we could make a good
go of it since people can be so closed minded about languages.  I've
coded in all three professionally, and even I can be closed minded at


P.S. Hi, Rich!

On 4/7/06, Rich Morin <rdm at cfcl.com> wrote:
> At 6:48 PM -0700 4/7/06, Ben Bangert wrote:
> > Rather than have a debate, why not let each group pick something
> > they think their language provides a unique way of solving ...
> I like this.  Alternatively, it might be interesting for an expert
> in a given language to discuss a deficiency in it.  With a bit of
> warning, the experts for the other languages could discuss whether
> and how their own language resolves the issue.
> -r
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