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It's time to learn Scheme

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on April 04, 2008 03:48 PM
I wouldn't categories myself as a Professional LISP or Java or any other language programmer but I would definitely would want to see programming evolving into something like working along with human brain. Where syntax errors can be corrected by AI and where "If i want to make a round box, it should make the round box and stop throwing exceptions at me". It frustrates me more and makes me feel that I am wasting my time and effort in correcting those bugs and errors all the time and half of my life has been spent in doing so.

I don't care if someone wants to use LISP or Java, to me it all comes to the preference. No language is better than other, but yes some are more complex than others which in a sense harder to understand and some are harder to implement.

Come on now just stop arguing on who is better than who. Are you better than your fellow member? No one is better than any other, yet they all are better in their fields.

I could go on and on but I have to attend a meeting so Caio for now!


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