Could Python supplant Java?
danieljohnson at vzavenue.net
Wed Aug 21 23:15:12 CEST 2002
<lvirden at yahoo.com> wrote in message news:ak025t$p8q$2 at srv38.cas.org...
> According to Tim Tyler <tim at tt1.org>:
> :In comp.lang.java.advocacy d2002xx <d2002xx at myrealbox.com> wrote:
> ::> I cannot imagine why anyone would use C unless it's necessary :-)
> :: Hmmm... Because gcc is much faster than g++...
> :Compilation time?
> :If you're a developer - and this is a problem - you buy a faster
> If you're a developer, in all likelihood you can't afford to buy a
> faster computer.
I suspect he meant an *employed* developer. :D
> And many employers have decided that the next computer
> they are going to buy is a Windows machine, which is certainly
> enough to cause many a developer to consider a career change into
> medicine, environmental recyling engineer (aka garbage pickup and
> or perhaps kindergarten herder ...
What is so developer-hostile about Windows?
Are you sure it isn't really Microsoft you find.. hostile? :D
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