How coding in Python is bad for you
bc at freeuk.com
Sun Jan 29 08:05:48 EST 2017
On 29/01/2017 01:35, pavlovevidence at gmail.com wrote:
> On Monday, January 23, 2017 at 9:24:56 AM UTC-8, bream... at gmail.com wrote:
>> The article is here http://lenkaspace.net/index.php/blog/show/111
>> Kindest regards.
>> Mark Lawrence.
> I remember the old days of Python when it was just Perl's little brother. Sometimes I feel moments of amazement whenever someone makes this much of an effort to badmouth it (and this blog is definitely badmouthing it, very little of criticism is reasonable).
I think it's completely reasonable for anyone to criticise Python if
they want (or any other computer language for that matter).
(And it didn't cover that much; I could do a far more in-depth critique
if I wanted.)
What might be unreasonable is to criticise it in a /Python/ group full
of language aficionados who are going to view every feature and quirk of
the language in a good light; nothing is ever a problem!
But the author of piece didn't post it here.
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