[erlang-questions] erlang sucks
Mon Mar 10 16:09:57 CET 2008
A rather disappointing article. Erlang does have warts, but of the 8
points made in the article, only 3 are valid in my opinion: the ones
on records, documentation, and perhaps code organization. The
documentation situation, for one, is bound to improve as the number
of Erlang programmers grows. The other two probably will too, given
The important thing is that Erlang gets the hard fundamental stuff
right. The rest can be improved with time.
On 10 Mar 2008, at 12:48, Mats Cronqvist wrote:
> Damien Katz ( of couchDB fame) has written a blog post about the
> warts of erlang.
> i find this encouraging, because, as Damien says; "There are the
> languages everyone complains about, and there are the languages no
> one uses." excellent news if erlang is moving from the second to
> the first category.
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