3D graphics programmers using Python?

Richard Jones rjones at ekit-inc.com
Thu Feb 6 01:10:08 CET 2003

On Thu, 6 Feb 2003 10:52 am, Grant Edwards wrote:
> In article <3e41a115.31178362 at news.pa.comcast.giganews.com>, Sol Rosenberg
> wrote:
> [fixing top posting...]
> >>> A one-off has no economy of scale.  30 seconds vs. 1 minute,
> >>> who cares?  It only pays off if you're doing that kind of
> >>> problem lotsa times.
> >>
> >>How many professional programmers do you know who only write
> >>one program in their lifetimes?  Sure, saving 50% on a single
> >>program may not seem like much, but I've written thousands and
> >>thousands of programs over the years.  It adds up.
> >
> > The quote "If all you have is a hammer everything looks like a
> > nail" seems to apply here.
> Why is that?
> Choose the tool that gets the job done the most quickly.  In my
> experience that is often Python.

What, so the next conference t-shirt will have "Python is my hammer" on it? 
Probably a bit obscure...


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