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Troll. This is may be the fifth or sixth post I've read over the last few days containing exactly the same arguments and same stupid spelling mistakes. All of them posted anonymously, but it's pretty obvious they're from the same person (so you may as well have the common decency to log in and stand by what you're saying Mr.-collect-XP-by-day-Jekyll-troll-by-night-Hyde).

Never mind that you completely misrepresent the facts. The first node you referenced is not about the relative performance of Perl and Java, but about the general tradeoffs between performance and correctness in programming (taking a performance comparison as example). The second post tries to find a definition for the term "enterprise software".

And never forget, when people flame you it's possible that it's because you've said something stupid and nasty, rather than "an interesting psychological issue".

Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it. -- Brian W. Kernighan

In reply to Re: Remain calm and confident in difficult times by tirwhan
in thread Remain calm and confident in difficult times by Anonymous Monk

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