[nycphp-talk] What does Java provide, redux
Paul A Houle
paul at devonianfarm.com
Mon Aug 17 11:43:25 EDT 2009
Jerry B. Altzman wrote:
> Until you can amortize away that period of negative productivity while
> you're switching languages, it's almost always better to stick with
> what you know, unless there's a really really compelling other reason
> (like: what you want to do can be done in 10% of the time in <new
It's not so much the learning that I'm concerned about, it's the
rewriting of the problem-specific toolkits that I use.
Yes, Erlang is one of the few.
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