[eeps] Multi-Parameter Typechecking BIFs
Wed Feb 25 11:55:51 CET 2009
"Richard O'Keefe" <> writes:
>> Professional Programmers (here defined as people that write programs
>> because the get paid for it, and not because they are interested in
>> it) don't read mailing lists, blogs or books about programming.
> In that case, they are what Ledgard & Tauer called P-sub-A
> programmers: people who *think* they are professionals but
> are really amateurs.
I was trying to make the distinction between people who would
program even if they didn't get paid, and people who would stop
immediately if they didn't get paid.
>> It seems obvious to me which form is easier to read.
> Why yes. It is. The first one!
so we disagree.
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