Dynamic languages are the future

fbg111 <>
Thu Aug 31 05:16:08 CEST 2006



ke han wrote:
> 
> But, I am absolutely amazed at how many "20-something" programmers  
> I've interviewed in the last two years that gave me a blank stare  
> when you ask them if the've tried Prolog or Lisp.  That is, they  
> haven't just not tried it, they've never heard of it.  To add further  
> insult to this statement, these candidates all had master's degrees  
> in CS from China's most prestigious schools... oops  ;-)
> 

Same problem 
http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/ThePerilsofJavaSchools.html in
America .  More  http://paulgraham.com/popular.html good writings  on that
topic at Paul Graham's site.
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