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On Sun, 2008-11-16 at 05:15 -0600, Steve Davis wrote:
> therefore, far better, to change oneself than the language.
I am coming around to that conclusion. I recently understood that whilst
I had various initial concerns, I honestly couldn't think of a "better
way of doing things" once I'd really thought through all the angles.
There are, however, some bona fide sharp edges in Erlang that could do with some blunting. I'm looking askance at records here, for example, as well as the inconsistency in the APIs that has been previously mentioned.<BR>
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<B>Michael T. Richter</B> <<A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</A>> (<B>GoogleTalk:</B> firstname.lastname@example.org)<BR>
<I>I have to wonder why people think that when they can't manage local personnel within easy strangling and shooting distance, then they can manage personnel thousands of miles away that have different languages, cultures, and business rules. (Joe Celko)</I>