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Date: 2003-03-13 (21:51)
From: Brian Hurt <brian.hurt@q...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml popularity
On Thu, 13 Mar 2003, Oliver Bandel wrote:

> But if people have to wait too long - who has the time today to invest
> so much time, if not a researcher or unemployed (or workoholic, who
> comes home with rectangular eyes and again take seat in front of the
> computer?)

Um, those of us who actually *care* about our craft, and realize that if 
we just learn what our job needs us to know *right now* enough to have us 
take time off to be taught it, we'll become dinosaurs?  And/or 
unemployeed, when we're replaced by someone who *did* go out and learn the 
hot new technology?

I'm assuming you meant this humorously- but it's a serious question I've 
been asked myself.


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