OT: polyamory (was Re: [OT] Re: Python training time)

Alex Martelli aleax at aleax.it
Thu Mar 6 10:56:38 CET 2003

Aahz wrote:

> In article <pan.2003. at mn.rr.com>,
> Anna <revanna at mn.rr.com> wrote:
>>On Wed, 05 Mar 2003 17:23:04 +0000, Aahz wrote:
>>> Yup.  For some reason, overall alt.poly is even better than c.l.py at
>>> resisting trolls and flamefests.  Besides, at this point I wouldn't be
>>> surprised if there were more poly people than Pythonistas, although I'm
>>> working to change that.  ;-)
>>Well yes, but how many of us poly Pythonistas are there?
> Counting you, I know at least four for sure.

Not sure if you've already counted me, but I should point out that
MANY advanced Pythonistas are poly -- we're not averse to coding in
(e.g.) C, C++, pyrex, Fortran, or other programming languages, as
and when the job requires it... and often we do love doing it, at
least on occasion... Python is our primary, but cooperates so well
with other languages that it doesn't discourage such flings at all!

Only problem, if problem it be, is that Python's just SO sweet and
sexy that it may make other lov^H^H^H languages pale in comparison,
so one may end up losing the habits and needed flir^H^H^H^H coding
skills unless one practices assiduously...


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